Sep 19, 2013

Why Kids Under 13 Shouldn’t Be On Facebook?
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Very interesting article from AllFacebook. They provide us five reasons that kids under the age of 13 shouldn’t be on Facebook. I think this is a great article for parents of teenagers to read. Even though if Facebook had been as popular as it is now when I was a teenager I would be furious at my parents for blocking it, I would understand later on.

My two favorite reasons from this article would be:

  • Exposure to the persuasive and manipulative digital marketing practices
  • No safeguards in place that can protect children.

I use facebook every single day, and I am exposed to things that I would rather not mention during the day! Watch your kids, and be proactive in protecting them from themselves on the internet!

5 Reasons Why Kids Under 13 Shouldn’t Be On Facebook – AllFacebook.

 

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