I recently posted a guest-blog for Covenant Eyes on the role of parents in establishing Facebook parameters for their kids:
According to a recent survey, 75% of teens have a Facebook profile, 54% check their status once a day, and 65% of them access Facebook through their mobile devices.
Teens are living, increasingly, in a social world. So how do parents handle this? Some have tried to ban their children from Facebook outright. This may work, for a time, but ultimately, I think, it only serves to isolate the child from life in the 21st century and ill prepares him or her to making discerning life choices
You can read the rest here: A Parent’s Role in Preventing Facebook Addiction: | Covenant Eyes.