Parents should have full access to their teenager's social media account

Asked by: DanielH
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  • A teen is still a child, and as children are, in need of guidance.

    It is general knowledge that any person under 18 years of age is a child. However, many of us make a distinction between a teen and someone 12 or under. We believe teens to be more mature and therefore more responsible than someone 12 or under. Sadly, this is often not the case. It would be far more common to find pornography, explicit language, etc. on a teen's social networking page than that of someone under 12, and the prevalence of this material should prove that teens, in fact, need more supervision on their social networking accounts than younger children. Therefore, to aid parents in their supervision of their teen's social networking account, full access to their child's account should be granted to them.

  • Children need to be independent and trustworthy.

    Children need to learn how to gain trust of an adult and their parent. It will show them how to value trust and what it means to be trusted if you let your child be independent on social media they will get that understanding. Children need to be independent in their teen years because they need it for the real world it will help them survive in the future.

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