Burton Kelso, Tech Expert
How to Prevent Cyberbullying Against You and Your Family During COVID19
Updated: Aug 17, 2020
As many of you may know, my family and I became victims of cyberbullying recently. The event stemmed from people being upset that I wouldn't allow them to post whatever they wanted to post in several community pages that I admin on Facebook. This lead to a creation of a 'Burton Kelso Sucks' Facebook group with people posting hateful posts as well as sharing personal details about our family such as our home address and leaving negative reviews for my company Integral (www.callintegralnow.com). With many people home and isolated, cyberbullying is on the rise. Here are some tips you can use to stay safe from cyberbullying
Before I list what steps to take, it's important you understand that although most web sites and social media platforms stand up for cyberbullying, it's a hard and sometimes impossible process to get malicious comments taken down. It's this reason that you should always be vigilant about what is being said about you and what information is being shared about you and your family. With that in mind, use these tactics.