|Basso||Date: Thursday, 2012-03-01, 6:11 PM | Message # 1|
Safety In Numbers
Facebook is a place where you can connect and share openly. When you’re on Facebook, you’re surrounded by your friends and family.
Culture of Responsibility
The Facebook community is one of the best defenses against abusive behavior, spam, and other forms of unwanted contact. People use their real names on Facebook, and that connects online actions to true identities. We believe people should treat others the way they want to be treated, both online and offline. If you see something that is inappropriate or makes you uncomfortable, speak up and let us know. We take reports from our community very seriously, and work hard to respond quickly.
A new feature, social reporting, lets people report offensive material to Facebook at the same time as they alert someone in their community (like a friend, parent or teacher) who may help them address the issue more directly. We hope that features like this will help people get to the root of the problem quickly. As we do with all of our features, we’ll continue to refine social reporting over time to make sure it continues to be an effective safety tool.
Safety Advisory Board
Facebook is also part of a larger online safety community. We work with a diverse set of experts and organizations devoted to online safety in order to bring the best safety resources to Facebook. That’s why we created a Safety Advisory Board that advises us on safety issues. The members of that board are leading internet safety organizations Childnet International, ConnectSafely, The Family Online Safety Institute, The National Network to End Domestic Violence, and WiredSafety.
Facebook Safety Page
Safety is the shared responsibility of an engaged community. We'll continue our efforts to promote safety on our service and elsewhere on the web. You can 'like' the Safety Page and make safety a regular part of your Facebook experience.
Participate in the Community
1. Be courteous to others when you’re online.
2. Educate yourself about safety on our Tools page.
3. Review the privacy settings page and choose settings that are right for you.
4. Read up on our Community Standards.
5. Report people and content that violate the Facebook Terms.
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