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NiE Safe Social Networking

Think carefully before posting anything on social media sites.
Photo: Sarah Harvey / The Queensland Times
Think carefully before posting anything on social media sites. Photo: Sarah Harvey / The Queensland Times

The social networking craze of posting, poking, chatting, messaging and tweeting in chat-rooms, virtual worlds and blogs has most likely become part of your daily life.

Social Networking provides you with many ways to connect with people, keep in touch with friends and family, share photos and videos, and get involved with issues that interest you, tell people what's on your mind, list events, be creative and play games.

Social media is a powerful communication tool and there are many benefits of using social networking sites but there are also some dangers associated with it. 

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WHAT'S NEWS

1. Australian Socceroos defeated South Korea 2-1 

2. Novak Djokovic (men's singles) Serena Williams (women's singles)

3. Prince Phillip

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