Ask yourself: “is a community really trying to help me or is it making things worse?
Go ahead and see how many messages in your chats have locations attached. And if this isn't already starting to get a bit weird, the first thing I noticed when I started to write my code was that the latitude and longitude coordinates of the message locations have more than 5 decimal places of precision, making it possible to pinpoint the sender’s location to less than a meter.
Once the extension was written I naturally started seeing what kind of things I could discover about my Facebook friends.
Being bullied online can make you feel upset and it can affect your confidence.
Some young people struggle to cope after the bullying has stopped. Why not look at our advice on building confidence after online bullying.
You could try our message boards, where young people talk about their experiences and support each other with what they’re going through.
If someone is harassing you or posting hurtful things online you can report it to the site. Speak to an adult you trust, like a parent, carer or teacher to give you more confidence on ways to deal with the bullying and feel better.
This could be because they feel people in their life don’t understand what they’re going through.
However, harmful online communities can change the way you see life – even if you don’t want that to happen. For example, looking at a ‘pro-ana’ website might make people think they are overweight (even if they're a good, healthy weight) and may make them want to try to eat less.
The internet is a great way to connect with your friends and learn new things. There are a few ways you can help make sure you're not in danger when you use the internet.
If somebody you don't know adds you as a friend, ignore them and delete their request.
You can get this extension here and play around with it on your message data.