People are spending more time on social media, online forums and gaming sites. Most posts are harmless depictions of life in general; status updates, pictures of friends or food, or even a joke. However, sometimes people discuss personal topics and posts that contain words or images that reflect loneliness, isolation, hopelessness, irritability, or hostility.
Even in this advanced digital age, we do not have regulation to monitor the content being posted. The responsibility is on end-user to identify and report such actions. Cypfer CEO Daniel Tobok explains to City New Toronto the gap we have on social media and online forums and how this affects our cyber experience as well as what our government should be considering as we utilize these online channels.
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