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Influencer Jess Davies shares top tips for staying safe online

08 Feb 2022 1 minute read
Jess Davies. S4C

Influencer Jess Davies has shared her top tips for staying safe online.

The former glamour model has given the advice as part of Safer Internet Day in a video for Welsh language channel S4C.

She recently explored the subject in an the S4C documentary Drych (Mirror).

In the video she said: “Today is Safer Internet Day. Here are the top tips that I learned by filming the Drych (Mirror) documentary for how to have a healthy experience online.”

Her top tips for staying safe online are:

  1. Don’t post your location online until you have left
  2. Make sure you have time away from the screen every day. Perhaps when you’re eating food with your family, or just going for a walk
  3. Find your community online. These are the only people who are important, not the trolls.
  4. Know your purpose online. Why do you use social media? If it starts making you feel sad, it’s time to have a break.

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GW Atkinson
GW Atkinson
2 years ago

I thought it was going to be some decent tips like checking for spelling mistakes on emails, noting the emails senders address before replying or doing an image reverse search if speaking to someone online. Her tips are only if you are a well known “influencer” which the majority of people aren’t.

Ex Plaid member
Ex Plaid member
2 years ago

Influencer. The estate agent of the 2020’s, but with even less value to society.
But I am sure she is a really nice person.

2 years ago

Shame she doesn’t get a proper job. There again if she’s in the “wrong place” cleaning up after Sais visitors is not a good look for someone like her.

2 years ago

What on Earth is an influencer?

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