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What Is An Online Safe Space

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What Is An Online Safe Space

A place online where a person can feel confident their data will not be shared, sold or stolen.

The “safe space” was created for millennials to have a place they can feel confident that they will not be exposed to discrimination, criticism, harassment or any emotional or physical harm.

Adults have different concerns and too should their own online safe space.

The online differences between millennials and adults.

Millennials wonder how many people saw and liked their selfie pic online. Adults are concerned how many people saw their credit card info.

Millennials are trying to figure out what sex they identify as. Adults are trying NOT to be identified on sex sites.

Millennials are protesting that all guns should be outlawed. Adults that are registered gun owners are worried that their browsing history will prevent them from owning a gun.

Millennials are demanding free health care. Adults are worried that a search on WebMD could cancel or raise their health insurance rates.

Millennials are afraid when a teenager calls them a name online. Adults are terrified that a teenager will hack into their bank account.

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