Wednesday Infographic: How To Unfriend The Internet

As the nation’s favourite student and education news website, we are obviously very concerned with online security and cyber bullying here at Young Academic. With more and more young people online than ever, conducting one’s self in a safe and ethical way when interacting with individuals all across the world is now of paramount importance.

You may have seen more great infographics going online at Young Academic once again, with the return of our Friday Infographic feature, but we thought this one from Imprima (who provide iRooms) was too good to sit on, so we have duly published today for you to complement some of the fantastic career, course and study guides currently going online this summer. We promised you a jam packed summer here at Young Academic to prepare you for the year ahead and we have duly delivered.

Take a look below at some great advice on how you can “unfriend” the internet and ensure that you leave no trail whatsoever, if you so wish. The graphic also focused on topical aspects such as Right to Be Forgotten, Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn. Enjoy….

Infographic - unfriend the internet

If you enjoyed this infographic, why not take a look at some of the others we have been featuring over the summer months? In addition to this, we also have some great study guides and will also have our annual Warehouse Project season preview for you in the next week or so. As the new academic campaign draws ever closer, you can expect a lot more music reviews and we will also have some exciting news regarding our brand new sister site very soon, so there has never been a better time to be a Young Academic reader.

If there is anything you would like us to cover here at the nation student news site, then all you need to do is drop us a line at [email protected]. Similarly, if you have any work you would like to see published then you can send your articles to the same e-mail address.

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