Facebook has become such a large social networking site that almost everyone has one. Of course it has become an issue on whether or not children should have Facebooks, since they will probably add anyone who friends them, give away personal information online which they should not be, and they can access inappropriate websites through certain Facebook pages. New Jersey Police Chief, James Batelli, has come up with a unique solution to these possible issues, and has suggested that parents install keystroke-recording software, which their children will not even notice, in order to steal their password. This is a totally outrageous since it will definitely cause distrust between children and parents if it is found out. Another note on this is if they are teens and you have allowed them to have a Facebook, just trust that you have raised them the right way and that if their is a problem you have developed a relationship in which they would go to you if there is a problem.

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