Data and metrics collected by social media platforms to track user behavior and engagement with content.
The information about a person that is publicly available online, created through social media activity and other online interactions.
The practice of maintaining a healthy and balanced relationship with technology and social media, with a focus on mental health and well-being.
Sensational or misleading headlines and content designed to attract clicks and views on social media.
An environment on social media in which users are surrounded by opinions and perspectives that align with their own, and are not exposed to diverse viewpoints.
The act of publicly sharing someone's personal information online without their consent, often with malicious intent.
Rules and policies that govern user behavior on social media platforms, often designed to promote safety, respect, and diversity.
The ability to access, evaluate, and understand information online, including social media content.
The practice of sending sexually explicit messages, images, or videos through social media or other electronic communication.
The use of social media to spread extremist ideologies, leading to harm to individuals and society at large.