Believes parents should prohibit kids from dating until they
If your child has an i Phone, open their app store application and do a search for Instagram.
When the Instagram application shows up, if you see a “cloud” in the upper right hand next to the application instead of a box with “ FREE” inside it, it means that at some point, Instagram was downloaded to your child's phone even if it's since been deleted. I respect every parent's right to raise their child how they see fit.
This means that the only people who can follow and see the photos your child posts are people your child approves.
Our rule on this is that if our child has not met someone in person, they are not allowed to accept a follow request from them.
For your sake, I hope they haven't figured out how to create a free gmail account, download the app without your knowledge, create a free username associated with said gmail account and aren't smart enough to delete their Insta (which literally takes one second) when they get home from school because they know they'd get grounded if they got caught and then redownload the app (which takes less than 2 minutes) the next morning on their way out the door.
Because if they have, then you're not monitoring it.
And even less do we even fathom that we need to ensure our own children aren't the ones being jackasses on social media.
You download the app and install it on your device.I actually know the child – the gorgeous, sweet, intelligent and kind child – in this photo and she attends the same school as my daughter.The vile comment posted on her picture was posted from an anonymous account with the name “[juniorhighname]hatepage”.You take a picture, you can add a “filter” to it (to make it black and white or to make it look vintage, etc.), add a description of the photo, tag friends (if applicable), add “hashtags” (more on that below) to “label” the topic of the photo and then you upload it to the site.Then other people can view your photo, like your photo or comment on your photo.