June 10, 2022

There are no Take-backs Online!

Teach your children how to protect personal information posted online and to follow the same rules with respect to the personal information of others.

Remind your children to think before they post: there are no take-backs online. Nothing is truly private on the Internet; any and all information sent or posted online is public or can be made public.


  • Personal or Contact Information: Your child’s full name, address, phone number, passwords, and financial information should only be provided on a secure site under parental supervision.
  • Intimate Personal Information: Private, personal, and sensitive information (such as a teen’s journal) should not be posted and should only be shared in private e-mails with a trusted personal friend.
  • Reputation-Damaging Information or Images: Inappropriate pictures (i.e.., content that is explicit, suggestive, illegal, etc.), should never be posted or sent.
  • Event Information: Teach children to use caution when posting information about parties, events, or activities where someone could track them down. 

For more information, please be sure to visit our Internet Safety 101® website which delves into this topic even further!

As a reminder, each week throughout June, we'll be sharing safety tips and rules to help keep your children safer on the internet. Be sure to follow EIE on social media if you haven't already!

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Stay tuned for more Summer Safety information to come!

From the team at Enough Is Enough®, your Internet Safety Experts