It was just on, so it will probably be on their website later. I feel bad for the little girl they were interviewing, and she had a lot of horrible things sent to her via facebook. However, she's not old enough to have a facebook account under its rules. The kids who went after her are facing criminal charges. Should her parents also face repercussions for allowing her on the site under the age limit in the first place (in other words, endangerment)?Answer Question
Answer by admckenzie at 10:47 AM on May. 2, 2011
Answer by CraftingMama at 10:48 AM on May. 2, 2011
Her parents are more at fault than the other kids..
kids that young shouldnt be on social networking sites.
Answer by sweet-a-kins at 10:49 AM on May. 2, 2011
Answer by TARARENEE at 10:49 AM on May. 2, 2011
Answer by TARARENEE at 10:50 AM on May. 2, 2011
Answer by Anonymous at 10:51 AM on May. 2, 2011
Yes, I think the parents should have some responsibility in the whole thing.
Answer by QuinnMae at 10:54 AM on May. 2, 2011
I have not seen the piece. I'm not a fan of FB-
Beyond age 5, few parents have total 24/7 control of their children. I leanered NEVER to say never. Your 8 year old goes to play at a friend's house. Do you stay at the play date? Do you visually check the computer, tv and all media at the friend's house to ensure they are protected and locked by parental controls? Do you not let your kids out of the house? Keep them friend-free and locked in a cage?
The kids doing the bullying are the people who shoulder the most blame- I always wonder how the parents of bullies parent-
Answer by Sisteract at 11:00 AM on May. 2, 2011
How about all the young girls on Cafemom that other women encourage with semi nude photos, instructions about sex, groups for drug users, and groups for threesomes. Cafemom is just as much to blame when it comes to underage delinquency contributions.
Answer by Anonymous at 11:05 AM on May. 2, 2011
Answer by UpSheRises at 11:16 AM on May. 2, 2011