This is a troubling subject for many parents who have no clue about boundaries, especially when they are constantly also on social media. I suppose its difficult not to set you an instagram account for your adorable baby but ultimately seems damaging and invasive to me.
" Who had the power to impose a curfew in this online realm? Where were the boundaries of this new and rapidly expanding space? And what sorts of relationships were children establishing there? Were young people who met online simply pen pals who exchanged letters in real time, or were they actual acquaintances? Could one’s child have sexual encounters, or just exchange messages about sex online? "