You can use another simple trick to spoil the soup for the trolls and prevent them from getting your data. To do this, change your account from public to private. That goes for both Instagram and Snapchat. If you change your account to private, your posts can only be seen by friends, family or even people whom you allow.
Go to Settings> View my story> My friends / Individual. While you are in the settings, you can change who is allowed to contact you and who can see your location.
If you have to use these apps to advertise a product, your company or yourself, you can create a separate account for this. This way your personal pictures will not be mixed up with the public ones.
Even if you take all of these precautions, offensive comments can still creep in. In this case, you need to know how to …
3. Can block idiots: Both Instagram and Snapchat provide blocking options. This technique allows you to block a user and then delete the obnoxious comments
Select the person you want to block and tap the three dots in the top right corner. You can then block here.
Select the person you want to block and tap the three lines in the top left. Here you have the option for the blockage.
Unfortunately, there is also harassment in the workplace. According to a study, every third woman between 18 and 34 has been sexually harassed at work. 25 percent of these women were harassed online via text messages or emails. 71 percent of these women did not report such incidents.
We can only speculate about the reasons. But one could be that sexual harassment is not clearly defined.
But even those are ambiguous! If someone sends a penis picture, it is clearly sexual harassment. A naughty comment could be misinterpreted.
If you are not sure about a few moments, listen to how you feel. Did the comment make you uncomfortable? Is there anything offensive about it? If so, then chances are there is a subliminal tone that can be described as sexual harassment.
Sexual harassment comes in different forms and it’s a little less obvious online. Still it happens. If it happens in the work environment and you feel uncomfortable, you should start a recording immediately. Larger cases often consist of several incidents. If not properly documented, they are of no use as evidence.
Even if you’re not sure whether a meeting counts as harassment, it is better to treat a situation that way if it gets worse.