• "Pause Before You Post™

    ...is a public service program from Jostens encouraging everyone to make smart decisions about personal publishing."
    Information below is from Jostens website.

    Would you want your family to see what you post?
    Do not post or send it if it would cause you any measure of embarrassment in the eyes of family, close friends, future spouses, employers, colleges, or law enforcement now or in the future. What if the statement or image was forever branded and tied to your full name for the rest of your life. What does it say about your character, attitude, behaviors, or values?

    Post in the right state of mind
    Never post or respond to anything when you are emotionally charged up. Step away from your computer. Put down your cell phone. Take a few hours, or even a day or two, and allow your brain some downtime to think through the best action or response. Responding based on emotion and in quick fashion rarely helps a problem go away, and usually compounds the issue.

    Avoid being "guilty by association"
    You might not post an incriminating photo of yourself, but your friend might do so and tag you in it. Or, if your friends often post about unethical or illegal behavior, you could be grouped with them.

    You're not obligated to respond
    Don't feel obligated to respond to messages and friend requests that are bothersome. Disallow certain people from communicating with you or reading certain pieces of content you share, and allow access only to those you trust.

    ​For more information click  Here  to go to Jostens' website.​