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The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has released an article on their Think Before You Post campaign, designed to educate students on the use of social media and how to avoid making poor choices when posting, texting, or emailing thoughts or grievances that could lead to disruptive behavior, including threats. The FBI article stresses that this type of online behavior could result in serious consequences to the individual as well as the community.

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) encourages users to review the FBI article for information about the Think Before You Post campaign. CISA also recommends users review the CISA Tip Identifying Hoaxes and Urban Legends for information on the potential dangers of viral emails. CISA encourages users to report suspicious activity to their local FBI field office and to FBI CyWatch at cywatch@fbi.gov.

Source: CISA Cyber-Infrastructure

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There are so many who would still have jobs if they followed the above advice. What happened to the old saying, "If you don't have something nice or good to say don't"

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1 hour ago, Porthos said:

There are so many who would still have jobs if they followed the above advice. What happened to the old saying, "If you don't have something nice or good to say don't"

The internet came along and afforded people the anonymity to disregard their better judgement.  It seems social media has become like high school (or preschool, depending on the level of disregard).

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