"Step Mom" star Susan Sarandon says she is terrible with computers and has never conducted a Google search of herself.
The 65-year-old actress said that she is a technophobe and does not even know how to conduct a search on the internet if she did use a computer, reported New York Post online.
"I wouldn't even know how to Google myself. I don't know how to touch a computer. I don't want to know the reviews of my work, either bad or good, don't matter to me as I don't count them as real. Even stuff that's really good shouldn't get stuck in your head, because it's not real," she said.
Sarandon is fronting a new campaign against cyber bullying, and said that more awareness is required about people who dedicate time to abusing people on the web and need to be dealt with. "Usually the people that have time to go online and sit there and be negative are such losers. But, of course, you can't understand that when you're a kid," she added.
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