How to you monitor your childrens Facebook accounts? Do you check it at all?
yes, as an older sister i keep on eye what is my brother's Facebook activity.
Yes, i was in two minds about setting my eldest son up a facebook account. Once he started top school all his friends was on the site and so i allowed him to have one on the understanding that i too have his password. As he gets older i will obviously allow him his privacy but at the moment he is still young and i want to be aware of who is requesting his friendship etc. There is so many weirdo's adding youngsters on facebook and online bullying going on that i would rather be safe than sorry. I wonder how many parents wish they had monitored their childrens facebook accounts when something went dreadfuly wrong?
by Natalie Frank 5 days ago
Maybe others were aware of this but I just saw it. It occurred today evidently. Link below.https://unfollo.com/read-blog/1_faceboo … -of-f.html
by Stacie L 6 years ago
Helen A.S. PopkinFacebook: More than 83 million users are fakeNBCPeople with multiple Facebook accounts, profiles for pets,zombie blondes. These are a few examples of the 83.09 million fake users Facebook revealed this week as part of the social network's first public quarterly earnings...
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