Death of Facebook, or am I bowing to e–safety pressure?
It's remarkable what you can "achieve" with the Internet. You can message hundreds of people, embarrass them in front of the world, and then ultimately find yourself in the same situation.
But is it policed enough? Are social networking websites something to be applauded? We are the first generation asking real questions of e-safety, with more and more younger children entering the facebook world, being affected by it.
This is an issue. Facebook, and sites like it are open for issues. Even with my account now gone, there is still the question of what fingerprints are left.
Perhaps this is alarmist. Perhaps I'm being too easily swayed by the days events. But one things for sure. For now, at least until the training is done, my facebook days are over.