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Encourage them to check privacy settings regularly, since sites' policies often change. Remind them that everything can be seen by a vast, invisible audience (otherwise known as friends-of-friends-of-friends), and, once something's online, it's hard to take back. Each family will have different rules, but, especially for younger kids, it's a good idea for parents to have access to their kids' pages, at least at first, to be sure that what's being posted is appropriate.
Parents can help keep their children from doing something they'll regret later. Don't share your home address or other sensitive information online. Kids may use social media to act out because they feel anonymous and that their actions are consequence-free.
As for me, I am proud to say that I don’t have social media.
Children are becoming too reliant on these apps to socialise and make relationships.
Why is it that these apps are so vital in the everyday lives of children?
In the end I think it depends on your child so if your kids 12 and mature let them use it if you don’t think they’re ready either say no or monitor their account closely My opinion is that kids should wait until about eleven or twelve. Parents should also have their kids put their account on private where only their followers can see what they post.
And, parents should frequently check the account to make sure that everything is OK.
As I read through some of the comments, I’ve noticed that some kids are pushed to the brink of desperation because of their parent’s refusal to allow them to have social media.
They say that they are picked on at school, that they are ashamed when someone asks them what their account is and they have no answer.
They may beg you, saying that they will become outcasts at school.