A social media harassment meme is a meme that spreads like wildfire through social media.
The phrase “beware of stalking social networks” is often used to warn users about being targeted by a stalking social networking meme.
However, if you have never been stalked or if you were stalked by someone you know, the term may not be helpful.
Here are the steps you should take if you’ve been targeted by one of these memes.1.
Don’t post a negative comment about someone or something on a social networking site.
If you post a critical comment or even a personal attack, your comment may get removed.2.
Stop using a troll-style hashtag.
If someone uses a hashtag that you’ve created, you might see it trending on your favorite social media site.
When someone tags you in an abusive or threatening manner, you need to be able to easily identify the account.3.
Stop sharing negative photos of yourself on social media sites.
This is especially important if you’re being stalked, harassed, or otherwise targeted by someone who has a social media profile that has a photo of you.4.
If your Facebook posts are about something other than stalking, you should stop sharing photos of your own face or your name.
Instead, share your positive experiences or positive messages about your loved ones.5.
When you’re stalking someone on Facebook, don’t use the “like” button.
Instead you should click on “Like” from the right side of the page, as seen in the screenshot below.
You should also avoid clicking on the “Like this” button on the left side of your Facebook profile, as it can spread a meme about stalking.6.
Avoid posting photos of a person or thing that you don’t personally know.
If a social network site is hosting a meme or a post that you share on your profile, make sure to check out the person or things you don: have known or are in touch with, and/or