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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.
Even if your kids aren't online, they're still under the influence of their social networking friends. Credit: Getty Images For parents who think flicking off the tube -- or possibly transplanting their kids to a remote island like Fiji ...Teens are using social media for tips on dangerous weight loss.
Facebook apologized to Eckert on Thursday, saying the company mistakenly disabled her account in December after saying pictures she posted did not comply with its policies prohibiting nudity. Credit: AP SHUEYVILLE, Iowa (AP) - Facebook ...Facebook apologized to the photographer for disabling her account after mistaking art for inappropriate photos.
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.
Bristol Palin, now competing on "Dancing With the Stars," apologized for her online outburst. Credit: Jeffrey Mayer, WireImage.comANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) - Bristol Palin is apologizing for herself and her younger sister for their Facebook rant ...Palin says she and her 16-year-old sister Willow "shouldn't have reacted to negative comments about our family. We apologize."
Facebook may be to blame for breathing problems. Credit: CorbisIf you've got asthma, you'd better think twice before you log in to Facebook. That's right, folks. In a letter published today in The Lancet, one of the world's most prestigious ...A jilted teen couldn't breathe when he checked out his ex's profile.
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.
An Arkansas school board member posted a message on his Facebook page implying that he wants gay people to commit suicide. To be more specific, this is what Clint McCance, who serves on the school board in the Midland school district in Arkansas, ...The Arkansas Department of Education quickly condemned Clint McCance's remarks.
Is it time for your kid to go on a social media diet? Credit: Dan Kitwood, Getty ImagesIt's a parenting strategy for the social media age. A mom in South Carolina offered her college-age daughter $300 to abstain from Facebook for one month, ...Student goes on Facebook cleanse for cold hard cash.
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.
Should teachers and students be friends on Facebook? Credit: Chris Jackson, Getty ImagesAt least three New York City area teachers have been fired in the last six months for "inappropriate" conduct with students on Facebook, including one who ...
Facebook creeping saved a 2-year-old's life Credit: Getty Images Good news: Creeping on Facebook has its benefits. Just ask a mom whose 2-year-old's potentially fatal eye cancer was spotted by a friend perusing her site. London's ...A nurse spotted a rare form of eye cancer on a toddler after seeing her photo on Facebook.
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.