Pro-active parents must talk to their children about the types of “good pictures” and “bad pictures” that can be taken of them and shared digitally. Here’s some great information to help parents protect their kids’ digital footprint (and two rules to keep them out of trouble).
by Claudine Gallacher, M.A.
My first reaction was disbelief. Why would teenage girls think it was a good idea to take pictures of one another wearing only bras? But this was precisely what happened several years ago during an overnight “girls only” activity at a supervised church event. One of the girls confided in me that late at night they were acting silly and decided to take pictures of one another using their cell phones.
However, I thought it was a big deal! I immediately talked with my daughter, only 7 years old at…
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