This particular revolution has given power to anyone articulate enough to gather like-minded people behind them. Included in that is people with an axe to grind, or just out to break the rules.
That’s the case with many schools “OMG Confessions” pages, which are popping up around Facebook.
Recently the NZ Herald interviewed me about this “Facebook filth”, a challenging issue for teachers and parents alike – not to mention the students.
To me, it’s another rallying cry for parents to get more active in social media, to understand the world that their teens live in. We can only combat something like this from a point of knowledge, not of ignorance.®
Check out the full story, and I’d love to know what you think.
Also, should Facebook take more responsibility for this? Check out the discussion on syENGAGE”s Facebook page.