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Should we encourage our kids to self-censor in case teachers or employers are watching?

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Rebecca Newton expert
Rebecca Newton Chief Community & Safety Officer US

We should teach children identical behavior online as we teach in the offline world. If you wouldn't say it in front of your teacher or grandparent offline, don't say it online.

There's no way to remove online public graphics or comments. They are basically advertising their behavior every time they publicly comment (just like the offline world, in school, etc.).

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