As I looked through the pictures it occurred to me that the guy at the film place — a guy I didn't even know — had seen me naked (almost! NOW flash forward to today, when you can easily take a topless picture of yourself on your cell phone and send it to a guy without really thinking about it.The problem is that if you decide you don't want other people seeing that picture, you may be too late — the guy may have already shown or forwarded it..lots of people.Intervene before your child shares photos that might cause long-term damage to their identity and reputation.
Since 2006, anyone age 13 and older has been allowed to become a registered user of Facebook, though variations exist in the minimum age requirement, depending on applicable local laws.In a recent survey taken by in partnership with The National Campaign to Prevent Teen & Unplanned Pregnancy, we asked teens nationwide all sorts of questions about how common it is to send sexy pictures and text messages or to post them on your My Space/Facebook profiles, and why you do it — even when you know there can be pretty embarrassing consequences. Do yourself a favor...leave your camera outside the bathroom!Check out our — sometimes the best advice just bears repeating, you know? Because of the large volume of data that users submit to the service, Facebook has come under scrutiny for its privacy policies.UPDATE: Get the 2015 Dangerous Apps List You may be thinking your kids are downloading apps because they are just a simple way for them to keep in contact with their friends.