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One Comment

  1. David Moseley

    Saturday, October 19, 2013
    9:09:30 AM

    I just watched you interview on Fox News as you were discussing Face Book safety and steps parents should take to protect their children. I should mention that while your information was good, I feel the appropriate way to advocate and handle this problem is to close the accounts to children under 17 years old. Children do not have the maturity to handle the problems that will haunt them for the rest of their lives that could come from an open information source such as Face Book. This will also send a message to both the government and Face Book that parents are serious about the privacy their children deserve. I would say that any child on Face Book or internet publications have the ability to circumvent programs designed to control their viewing and publications via other peoples phones and computers. The only way to prevent problems is to remove the possibility of that problem from arising, and closing the account with a change in the password is the proper way to handle this activity.

    Thank You for reading my comment:
    Sincerely; David Moseley


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