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Sixteen percent of teens who are friends with their parents on Facebook report being friends was a pre-condition to use the site. Credit: GettyStop right now. Before reading any further, go to the kitchen and get yourself a brown ...Teens find a high-tech way to ignore their parents.
Do you think Mark Zuckerberg is friends with his parents on Facebook? Credit: Marcio Jose Sanchez, AP We know it eats at you that your kid won't accept your friend request on Facebook, but our sincere advice is to snap out of it and ...We know it eats at you that your kid won't accept your friend request on Facebook, but our sincere advice is to snap out of it and get a life.
Facebook users may now sign up to receive Amber Alerts. Credit: Nicholas Kamm, AFP, Getty Images When a child disappears, there ought to be a way to alert people. Amber Alerts go out to TV and radio stations and are posted on ...Facebook now includes the faces of missing children.
Logging into Facebook right before Christmas could cause tears for your teens. Credit: Saeed Khan, AFP/Getty ImagesSo much for nice: The holiday season is about to turn naughty. It may be time for parents to stock up on Kleenex and prepare ...OMG! He broke up with me right before Xmas! Check Facebook for the details.
You may be shocked by your daughter's online image. Credit: Getty ImagesThe time your teenage daughter spends on social networking sites such as Facebook, MySpace or Twitter may be causing identity confusion, as her online persona probably ...She may be all sweet and smart at home, but on Facebook, your teen wants to be known as sexy and funny.
Mom and Dad want to know your status. Credit: Adrian Wyld/APParents on a mission to uncover the secret lives of teens will stop at nothing to uncover the truth. At least, that's the finding of a new survey that reveals 10 percent of parental ...Best keep those dirty little secrets off your Facebook page, kids. Mom and Dad are watching.
Watch how much personal information you're giving away online. Credit: Frederic J. Brown/AFP/Getty ImagesBefore reading the rest of this article, would you mind answering a few simple questions? What's your home address and telephone number? ...Online companies don't really need to know your home address and work schedule.
Just tagging a few photos from last weekend's Mommy & Me rager. Credit: Brooke Fasani/CorbisBaby Herman just dropped a particularly steamy load in his diapers ... Baby Herman is a fan of breast milk ... Baby Herman ... Needs to get offline! ...Children often leave their messy little footprints on the Internet before they're even born.
Maybe teachers should keep their relationships with kids offline. Credit: The Canadian Press/Adrian Wyld/APLet's face it, there's a certain creep factor when you think your teenage daughter is exchanging photos, news feeds and friend requests on ...Sorry, kids, schools don't want you to friend, poke or comment on your teachers' Facebook pages.
Welcome to Togetherville. This is a friendly community. Everyone knows everyone else. People look out for each other. Kids play in the street unafraid. The traffic is light, and bad people are stopped at the city limits. So, you and your ...
It's Facebook ... with an attitude. A very, very bad attitude. Formspring.me is a social networking site thousands of teens are using to post truly nasty comments about people's looks, friends and sexual habits. Teenagers (well, anyone, ...
There is a little girl named Layla Grace who died yesterday. She had cancer, and I followed this 2-year-old's downward spiral from the time she was diagnosed with neuroblastoma 10 months ago. Layla Grace was not my neighbor. She was not my ...
Maybe your mother was right. If you don't have something nice to say, perhaps you shouldn't say it all, at least not on Facebook. As recent incidents have illustrated, school disputes are being played out on the social networking site, and at ...