If you protect your tweets, people won't be able to retweet you, and they can only view what you tweet if you approve them to follow you.
To protect your tweets: Whats App will automatically allow people to see what's on your profile and when you were last on.
But sometimes it’s hard to know if an online community is making things better or worse.
Sometimes people go on websites which promote anorexia, bulimia or self-harm.
Changing your privacy settings can help to keep you safe and stop people bullying or abusing you.
To change your settings: When you create an account on Skype, everyone can see your Skype name and location.
To change your privacy settings on Snapchat, go to your profile and tap the gear icon.
Scroll down to "Who can...": Instagram sets your account to public automatically, which means that anyone can see what you do or post.
You can change these settings to help protect yourself from abuse and keep your account private.
How to change your privacy settings depends on which type of device you're using. Your Tik Tok account is set to public automatically, that means that anyone can view or comment on your videos.