Teen use of Instagram – Privacy Faux Pas



Teens are starting to move away from Facebook and  are moving more toward sharing sites that parents might feel have limited to no control over privacy settings.  Faux Pas – keeping inappropriate images and comments on your childs profile will hurt them in the future.

There are things you can do to remove inappropriate things from Instagram.  Just knowing how to get to the places is half of the battle.

Here are a few links that may be helpful for you.
It is better to delete an image or comment than to leave it there for the world to see.
Deleting Photos:
Deleting comments you have posted:
Deleting comments others have posted:
Making your profile private will allow only the people that have been approved the ability to see the posts:
As always, with you or your youth, remember that you have the ultimate decision on where they play online.  Hopefully these tools will help you in maintaining an online reputation for your teen.

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