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Information from Thursday's assembly.

23 September 2020 (by Martin ALLEN (Deputy))

The assembly theme in KS2 is internet safety and this week we are looking at privacy settings after last week looking at what to share.  I have explained that for social media accounts you need to be 13 but I'm aware that some of them have accounts.  Here are a list of how to set privacy settings.


To make your TikTok account private, go to your profile page and select the three-dot icon in the top-right corner. Select Privacy and Safety. There, toggle the switch for "Private Account." You can also select who can send you comments and direct messages, and who can do a duet with you.


Tap Settings. Tap Privacy > Account Privacy. Tap next to Private Account to make your account private.


Privacy Settings

Tap the ⚙️ button in the Profile screen to open Settings.

Scroll down to the 'Who Can…' section and tap an option.

Choose an option, then tap the back button to save your choice.


To change privacy and safety settings for your account

Sign in to your Xbox.

Press the Xbox button on your controller to open the guide, then go to System > Settings > Account.uUnder Privacy & online safety, select Xbox Live privacy.

Choose a default, or customize your settings by selecting View details & customize.


Go to [Settings] > [Account Management] > [Privacy Settings] and enter your password. Select the feature you would like to change privacy settings for. Choose who you want to allow from the drop-down menu: Friends, Friends of Friends or No One and select [Confirm].