How to navigate the ‘social media world’

How to manage your social media profile and avoid getting ‘followed’ by the wrong people.

(Photo: The Globe and Mail)In the wake of a social media post from the family of a high school student killed by a stray bullet, it’s no secret that some parents are trying to navigate this new world.

Some of the questions and issues raised in this piece are shared on Twitter by people from across the country.

One of the more pressing issues is what to do if you see a tweet that could potentially be linked to the death of your child, including a photo or a video that might be associated with the death.

In some cases, that could be a sign that a person has been tweeting about the victim of the crime.

A social media user can have their account suspended or restricted for using the hashtag “#TAFT.”

A hashtag, or tag, is a series of letters or numbers that identify the post, photo or video.

If it contains a hashtag, that means that the person has made the post available to the public.

It’s also a sign of a post being linked to a person’s death.

That can lead to a range of different things, such as police involvement in an investigation, the police issuing an arrest warrant or the police releasing a photo.

There are other things to consider as well.

The police are looking for a connection between a tweet and a crime.

In some cases they’ll have information about a victim’s death or a suspect.

In others, they might be looking for information about the person’s family or friends.

What to do in a time of crisis:In the event of a tweet linking to a death, it can be important to find out more information about that person’s case, family or friend.

The post should include a brief statement of facts and information about any ongoing investigations.

In addition, there should be a reference to social media sites or services that might have been used to track the tweet.

Some people will see the tweet and immediately contact their family, friends or law enforcement.

Others will see that tweet and then make a mental note of where they are and what they’re up to.

For the person who tweeted, that’s not always a bad thing.

It could help the police in an ongoing investigation.

But it can also be counterproductive if you think the person you’re communicating with is a threat.

It also depends on how much you care about that tweet.

Some people might be in shock about the death or the news of the tweet is really upsetting.

If that’s the case, the person should be asked to contact their loved ones and tell them the news.

The police will also want to know if there’s been any follow-up information from the person.

If there is, the tweet can be removed.

If you find yourself in this situation, the next step is to communicate.

It’s important to make sure that the police are aware of the situation and you want them to understand the gravity of what’s happened.

You can also check your Twitter account for updates.

If you find something suspicious, like someone is posting a tweet with the hashtag #TAFT, you can check that tweet to make a note of it.

In the meantime, you may want to check in with your social-media accounts and ask if you’re being followed by someone who might be a threat to your safety.

The social-networking app WeChat has a feature that lets you flag posts and comments that are suspicious.

You can flag posts as suspicious or unfriend someone.

The Toronto Police Service has posted a list of people it says are being followed, which you can use to flag posts that you find suspicious.

There is also a social-monitoring tool that can flag people who are being targeted.

It includes a list that shows the name of the person being followed and a link to their profile on WeChat.

You may want a friend or family member to do the same.

You might want to notify the police if someone has been posting something that’s a threat or that might incite violence.