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Here is the Facebook report abuse link if you need it

Here is the Facebook report abuse link if you need it

Parents often have a difficult time finding the report abuse link on Facebook, so here it is.

I have had a number of emails recently from site visitors trying to help young teens remove embarrassing photos that other individuals have posted of them on Facebook. In the last two instances the adult needed to find the link to report abuse, but didn’t know where to locate it. This can be particularly challenging for adults who do not use Facebook regularly. So I think we need to post a quick link on our home page. 

Parents need to keep in mind that sometimes the most helpful thing they can do is provide resources to parents and students about removing abusive content. The following is a direct link to report abuse on Facebook.  I hope you never need it!

And I encourage all adults to remind youth that social networking sites have “terms of use” that we agree to follow in order to enjoy socializing on such sites. Discussing these terms of use with new users is an important lesson on digital citizenship. The people at ConnectSafely have developed a great guide for parents entitled, “A Parent’s Guide to Facebook”. You can download a copy free from their website. 

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