NEWS 14 CAROLINA -- July 13 -- Parents are advised to let their children use MySpace, but to keep an eye on what they are doing. Matt Gullett, a MySpace instructor, says the class teaches parents the dos and don'ts of dealing with their teenagers and MySpace. "'We're going to go into how a MySpace account is actually set up, and then some of the clues as to as a parent what you should be looking for," he said. It's recommended that teens keep detailed information private, use an alias, avoid online flirting and to trust their gut feelings. FULL ARTICLE @ NEWS 14
Mark Brooks: Teens are not going to use an alias. The whole point of social networking is that it's not anonymous, and gives visibility into the networks of friends, and friends of friends. Anonymity anon.