What is a Digital Citizen and How to be a Healthy Digital Citizen Post 2

A digital citizen can be known as a digital presence or digital footprint. Digital means 3C and Citizen means people who’re using it lots of E-message Apps such as lying and messenger are both great examples. It will be hard to become a healthy digital citizen by healthy I mean to look after yourself and to do inappropriate things online. But with some helpful tips, it would be easy to be one.  The first one is don’t give out lots of information about you, your birth date is fine, your favorite color is also fine. But when you post something that represents you like which school you are from and, a picture where you live. Remember, what you give out won’t be returned. This quote means if your post a message talking about someone and you realize that it’s wrong so you deleted after you posted,  on your screen inline be perfect but others can still see what you post even if the company delete it, someone might still download your message and keep it for threatening you. The last step to becoming a healthy digital citizen is to stop cyberbullying, a lot of countries such as the United States of America, people decide to suicide because of cyberbullying have more cases of Being attack by the shark. this shows that people really care about what you are interested in and when one started others to follow and as you see nothing can be deleted so the best way to defend yourself is not to attack back as it is to talk to the e-message company and ask if they could report that person.  To conclude now we understand the importance of being a healthy digital citizen, today in school we don’t use it just for fun we also use it for education and lots of school like Stanford and Harvard when you applied the application, they also want to check your e-message search history so being a healthy citizen is also good for your future. 

Wilson Chen 11/7/2018

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  1. You can link to the ideas you think are important in your post like to what Stanford and Harvard say about this topic. And break your post into text sections.

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