A social-networking site is a web site that lets users create their own pages and profiles, post information,
pictures and videos and interact with each other, sort of like a big party in cyberspace. Users can search for
people according to their interests and other criteria and start up online conversations.
Facebook and MySpace are the best-known social networks, but instant messaging, cell-phone texting and
email come under the social networking umbrella because they’re all used extensively by young people. They allow instant connection and interaction, and they carry many of the same benefits and risks as the websites.
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Everything on your profile represents who you are. What does yours say about you?
Setting your page to private is smart and a step in the right direction.
Think before you post private information.