No photos: More U.S. parents try to keep kids off Facebook


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Even if the corporate behaviour is fixed, won't stop the other awful aspects of social media like trolling and tweeting garbage and so on.

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I was once at a library in NYC. A man using the computer next to me keep looking at baby girls and toddlers in pampers. He proceeded to download these pictures and save them to a disk. I'd visit the library at other times and the same guy would be there doing the same thing--scanning for images of very young girls. Several people complained about what he was doing and the conversations he was trying to have with us. He stated things such as liking how cute the little girls were and that these girls were his babies. From that point on I vowed to never post pics or info about my children on the net. There are people who are not right viewing and lusting after kids and parents/relatives just toss the pictures online for pedophiles to consume.

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This is negative side of SNS. It was very useful. We can share our precious memory through the function of group in Facebook.

Facebook should set safer security system. If they don't, the number of parents using SNS will decrease at an unbelievable rate.

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