Or these symptoms could just be you're a delusional paranoid cunt who needs to adjust your meds, oh and your a fucking pussy who thinks everything is about you. These feeling are not valid when you clicked a link and assumed everything was about you.
This is a piktochart done by Kate Coventry and Patrick Laforest outlining the simplest ways to protect yourself and maintain( or try to the best of your ability) your privacy and security on the world wide web.
Society's views on bullying are changing, especially as Canadian citizens become more aware of cyber bullying. In response, the government has amended its laws to make certain aspects of cyber bullying illegal. For example, if a group of students forwarded a naked picture of one of their peers, they can be charged with possession and distribution of child pornography if the victim is under 18 years of age. Fortunately, there is typically plenty of evidence to prove an online attack.
How the heck did my information get stolen?! It many seem like one of those "it could never happen to me" type situations, however online identity theft is more of a threat than I think more Canadians realize. The most prominent way a person's information can get hacked is with vicious malware. This pin tells you a little more about what malware is, and how to protect your device from it.
While this Pintrest board may make you fearful of the online world, our intentions are not to make the internet seem like a dark and scary place. It is meant to inform you about particular areas of the internet you should be more wary about. With information gathered by the government of Ontario, we've comprised these top six pieces of information you should be most cautious about distributing online.