Even the most popular kids online deal with cyberbullying.
“99.9 percent of all the comments are so nice and so empowering and motivating and supportive [but] there’s that, like, one, tiny, like, .01 percent that are just, like, so angry at their life that they want to hate on you,” YouTube star Lauren Riihimaki (a.k.a. LaurDIY) said on the INSTANT Interview Stage at Vidcon Friday.
But the digital creator — whose YouTube channel has 5.8 million subcribers — revealed there are ways to protect yourself and the people you love from the hate.
“You can block certain words,” Riihimaki said of custom filters available on YouTube and Instagram that block comments with words you deem inappropriate.
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