Twitter has evolved over the past decade to mean different things to different people. For adults, the platform has morphed from an epic waste of time to a go-to, daily news source and marketing channel. For kids, it’s a fun place to follow celebrities, a place to see and be seen, and a digital mall of cultural trends.
Twitter has become an ever-streaming global water cooler that makes a big world seem smaller, and you can bet, it will attract and keep your child’s attention before long.
With that in mind, it’s also a very public water cooler, a place where useful, informative tweets, as well as unwise tweets, attract attention.
Just one tweet can get you fired, expelled, arrested, and even jailed. In the past, the social hub has been a magnet for cyberbullying, political attacks, and full-on rants. Fortunately, Twitter has added some anti-abuse measures to help curb the