Tommy Jordan introduced a new type of parental control for his 15-year-old daughter’s Facebook usage, of the 45-caliber variety.
Teenagers who don’t log off before leaving Facebook in favor of other websites risk becoming the butt of practical jokes by friends who post humiliating status updates on their accounts.
Facebook has turned down an invitation to appear at a December 14 congressional briefing on teen privacy, where the company were asked to discuss the company’s recent settlement with the Federal Trade Commission.
Pretty sneaky, mom: While 90 percent of mothers are friends with their children on Facebook, 46 percent of them restrict their kids’ access to their profiles, according to a study by the publisher of Parenting and Babytalk magazines and Parenting.com.
The White House’s Office of National Drug Control Policy has achieved a three percent engagement rate on a page that asks U.S. teenagers to resist peer pressure to use drugs and alcohol.
An Indonesian town’s officials are bblaming Facebook for a drastic increase in underage pregnancies and marriages.
High school students in Australia have become the latest to try to embrace the roots of Facebook, only to run afoul of authorities.
Far too many young folks strive toward Jackass fame when populating their Facebook profiles. Stunts that could either hurt or kill them, or others, become opportunities to score death-defying photos for posting online
Long Beach, California police have arrested a high school student for allegedly threatening classmates on Facebook.
The makers of GoGoStat Parental Guidance have deciphered some of the lingo to help parents get a better grip on what their kids are up to.