Recently an article published in Trip.com, according to which India is the 4th dangerous city in the whole wide world for solo women travelers. While the fact is partially true, you can’t deny the other fact that India is one exceptionally beautiful destination.
So, ladies keep your fears aside, trust your instinct, follow some basic safety tips, and explore this country like never before!
I think we all are agreeing on the fact that the world is not a safe place, not anymore. This especially applies to the digital world. The online world in which we are living in is full of scams, identity thieves, hackers and what not.
These Social sites are a great way to keep in touch with our friends or if you are interested in making new friends, but they’re also boon for people looking to gather personal details and scam victims.
So should we ban all the social media sites and keep ourselves away from it? I don’t think it’s a viable solution. I think the only way to stay safe on the social media is by becoming more careful and more aware about our security.
Whether you live in a big city or small town, it’s important to teach children about their personal safety. There is no perfect age to do this but, in general, the sooner the better. Empowering your young ones with lessons of safety not only makes them safer, it can also have you worry less.
if you think that stalking is harmless then think again. If you ever feel that you are being stalked then quickly inform the police before the stalker could hurt you. Keep in mind this simple thing that there is no polite way to deal with your stalker. Even if you only suspect you're being stalked, you need to report and take some serious action against them. It's the only way you can stop them. When it comes to stalking, there are six rules that should be followed if you find yourself the sufferer of stalking.