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October 08, 2010

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Fkelly

Very interesting...

This is something I personally have battled with. How do we balance the desire to share this sort of news on the most universal of Social Networking sites with keeping in mind that we're creating a digital footprint for someone to young to consent...?

The other question is, what does it matter? What is the harm?

I think this would all be helped if facebook were able to give us much better and easier control of our content...

meg

A really interesting post Ollie - made me think. Thanks for that -so there are some advantages of not being on facebook then despite what my pupil's keep telling me !

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