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  1. adrian
    January 7, 2013

    Fortunately, my son spends most of his time on FB and we have a BOATLOAD of people watching him on there – both parents, both older brothers, two ministers, his youth group leader, and half a dozen Scout leaders. I feel comfortable that he isn’t going to get into much trouble there.

  2. Sharyn
    January 8, 2013

    Another thing not mentioned in your article is the map function. I have friends of my daughters who enable the map, i could see where they lived and where they spent most of their time. This scared me, may children have been talked to about locations and ‘friends’. I quietly had a word and showed them what i could see, they quickly have changed their accounts to private and only accept people they know and took off map function.

    • Sarah Kimmel
      January 8, 2013

      GREAT COMMENT!!! Totally agree!

  3. Jean
    January 8, 2013

    Totally agree! And I’ve seen some of those same posts from my daughter’s friends on Instagram, some post “goals” for number of followers, etc. I do follow my daughter there, but not all her friend’s parents are there. When I see something suspect, I let the moms know and they do appreciate it…it takes a village and all that. Thanks for all your good tips here Sarah!

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