#WHYFest - Resilience is important & young people need to look after each other online Parents need to encourage their kids to be resilient
Attendee at #WHYFest points out mothers who post images of their children online from birth means whole life will be mapped on social media
Asked about the reporting of inappropriate posts online, young people at #WHYFest don't report preferring to deal with situations themselves
Schoolchildren at #WHYFest explain that anyone in their circle posting revealing pictures of themselves can then attract bullies
Child at #WHYFest Post at Your Peril session talks about being approached via Skype and then sent inappropriate links
Chair @Annie_R_Mullins asks #WHYFest group how old they were when they first saw something shocking online. Answers - 10 and 8
Young people at Post at Your Peril all admit to first using social media when under user age recommended by platforms themselves #WHYFest
Chair @Annie_R_Mullins asks young people present which apps they use. Whatsapp SnapChat and Instagram are cool but thumbs down for Facebook!
Ask FM's @Annie_R_Mullins and Alexandra Whiston-Dew of @Mishcon_de_Reya are among the panel of Post at Your Peril #WHYFest
Next session at #WHYFest is Post At Your Peril - Experts give tips on what you shouldn't put online.


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