Jesus, lighten up, people.

Mother of a 13 year old girl discovers Invasion of her child's privacy ensues.

"And their pictures are very provocative," Marcy said. "There's shots with their butt in the air, with their thongs sticking out of it. They squeeze their elbows together to make their boobs look bigger."

Um, that's how they act around their friends, it's normal. It happened when you were in school, it happened when I was in school, and it still happens today. Get a fucking grip.

To see her daughter's site, Marcy had to sign up with a service named When she did, she found her daughter's page, personal information, and pictures. But she also found a list of her daughter's friends, and made another discovery -- almost all of her 8th-grade classmates at George Washington Middle School in suburban Ridgewood, N.J. had pages on MySpace.

Does she go to school with these 'sick people'? Okay then, so the majority of her friends are her classmates. Big fucking deal. It's called, NETWORKING. It's good for her, unless you want your child to grow up to be a hermit.

"I wonder if a lot of the bloggers are ... really cognizant that the whole world can read their blog?" said David Huffaker, who authored the study.

Yep, and to further prove that, I would like to give a shout out to all my bitches and hos.

Experts interviewed for this article could not cite a single case of a child predator hunting for and finding a child through a blog. But there are cases of children being lured through other Internet services, such as chat rooms.

"I don't see why pedophiles wouldn't use this tool, if this is where kids are," said Ann Coulier of Net Family News.

They probably do, Ms. Coulter, I mean Coulier (YOU NEED A NEW NAME!), but that does not mean kids should be barred from blogging or being on a social network site. Parents need to KNOW their child. Talk to them. Tell them the dangers, but do NOT invade their privacy or take away their Internet(s).

"If they are going to have a computer in the house, they need to be trained," she said. "You don't give a kid a car without proper training. This is just hazardous."

Bingo, that's all that needs to be done. Well, that and GET TO KNOW YOUR FUCKING CHILD. Or, like the article says, Google your child. That sounds a little weird though.

The worst thing a parent can do is be invasive of their child's privacy, that will just cause their child to go around their parent's back. Get to know your child, inform them of the dangers, but don't run their life.


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