When you tweet it is recommended that you do not use convicted or registered sex offender's name(s) or victim's name(s) - or any form of hate speech or threats. You are responsible for the content of your own tweets and recommendations.
This project began when a mother found 12 registered sex offenders in her residential area, online on Facebook, also. According to the terms of service of Facebook - convicted sex offenders are not allowed. She reported them to protect her family and community. I became the Primary Admin on September 1, 2009 and I have been teaching as many people as possible how to protect their online neighborhood. The motto of our Community is: "Love Protects".
Join the Real Red Daisies Cause:
Take action to protect your family and friends online.
The work will go on and Leadership, sometimes silent and unseen - is there to take action, as necessary.
The care for your family when they are online is as important as the care for your family when they are in your home. Think of it as protecting both neighborhoods.
24 hours a day - you are important - throughout the entire world.
Instructions for how to #report a convicted/registered sex offender who is using a Social Network whose Social Network Terms of Service does not allow it are here: