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Originally posted by Maponos
Facebook own all content once uploaded and sell it quite frequently, it would be highly concerning to me that a child is posing near naked, facebook have no qualms about who they sell data to as dollars are dollars after all
You may find the images appear now on kiddydate or some sick # like that. How do you think dating sites can launch with 1 million "members" ? Cos they create fake profiles using pictures they buy from people like facebook.
Facebook needs to be destroyed, it has completey screwed up peoples interactions with one another and all for what, so the CIA can better predict how we will behave and Zuckerberg can get rich?
It is a social engineering tool designed to trick you into supplying valuable information which they can legally sell to third parties.
Originally posted by User8911
While sexualizing young girls you also make young men distracted and stupid.
A 2 for 1 for TPTB.
I feel like some of the most important things to educate your children with is to not back down from their good values and be the most incorruptible possible.
Young girls should know that they won't get boys that really love em by acting like a slut.
Teenage girls want attention from boys????
You're kidding right?
Of COURSE they do, always have, and always will...just that now there are different tools to do so.
This isn't Facebook's fault.
If your daughter puts up an unacceptable pic, be the parent and step in. Force her to take it down, or start taking away the iPhone and laptop, etc. she uses to access it. Finally, threaten to delete the account, terminate phone service, whatever.
Of course, the problem is that there are other means of accessing it outside the home. But, that's where the values, etc. you've instilled come in. All we can ever do is impart our wisdom from learning things the hard way, and hope that some of it sticks. In the end, kids need to make their own mistakes to learn though.
Originally posted by RealSpoke
reply to post by ShadowAngel85