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    I have a good presentation about online security and posting photos at work... I'll set a reminder to find it tomorrow and post it

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    This is something I constantly have to ask my family/friends not to do. It is so frustrating, one family member after being told several times that we do not want photos of our child on their Facebook even had the cheek to come back with the response of "but you can't really see their face" so not the point!!

    I'm always amazed that people actually think it's ok to do this without at least asking the parents.

    Sorry I don't have anything to help but just wanted to say I completely agree & understand how frustrating it is!

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    I did some googling and came across this article:

    http://www.news.com.au/lifestyle/par...-1226505451515

    and this: http://www.cybersmart.gov.au/Parents.aspx
    Last edited by Mod-Uniquey; 06-08-2014 at 19:25.

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    Yep well the argument didn't hold up in the Family Law Court for me. In fact it did damage to my person as a neurotic mother! I hear you though op. Big hugs

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    Yes I find this annoying too. My teenage nieces in the UK use pictures of my kids on their page as they're proud of their little cousins but I don't actually like it, as they're friends with many others I don't know. However I haven't tackled it with them as I'm not sure what to say so I don’t upset them. Silly really as it's upsetting me!! I should talk to DH about it (it's his sisters kids) and try to establish some privacy.


 

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