About Kelli Miller

My husband (Ricky) of 14 years, our three wild and wonderfully different little boys, one totally spoiled little dog named Annie, and I live in a small town on the coast of Southern Alabama.


  1. Great article! It’s a scary place out there. For adults, I have notice that there are certain people that I don’t want to share all my information with. So I restrict them in my settings. This way unless I make it “public” they don’t see it.

  2. It is so scary how easy it is anymore! I recently did a post on my blog about the same topic. Except that it was for a kids gaming site that my 10 year old daughter was on. I set her account up allowing only a safe chat, but crafty little thing that she is, she figured out how to change that setting. Unfortunately, that led to her giving out our home address…which culminated in her losing her computer, and not being allowed to play outside without an adult.. Now she has it back with limited access to only the sites that I approve, but as a mom it scared me to death! Great article and have a wonderful week!
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  3. Awesome Post Really find very informative info, i notice that many important info i don’t want to share with my friends, So i restrict by them through setting or make it Private. until I make it “Public” they don’t see it.

  4. I think it’s important for everyone to take a look at their privacy settings on FB, not just kids. The way they change things so haphazardly, it never hurts to be sure.
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  5. Lynda Thomas says:

    This is great information to have! Thank you for sharing! I would also like to share that according to Facebook’s own terms and conditions you must be 13 or older to sign up for Facebook. It seems to me that some parents may not realize this and give their kids the okay to be on the site, when in order to do so they have to lie about their age (which is a very dangerous online practice!) Thanks for the good info, I will be using some of it for my own FB account. :)

  6. According to Facebook’s TOS you must be 13 to have an account. I report kids that I know are underage. Facebook has deleted some of the accounts that I have reported.
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  7. Pam Brown Margolis says:

    It is important to teach children how to protect themselves online. There were also some good tips for adults here.
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