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Mom Draws Heat for Using Facebook to Punish Disrespectful Daughter [VIDEO/POLL]

Ever thought about Facebook to punish your child? Last week a mother in Ohio did and is getting a little heat for it.

Denise Abbott was fed up with her 13-year-old daughter, Ava, mouthing off to her. So she went into Ava’s Facebook account and replaced her profile photo with one depicting Ava with a red X over her mouth and the words, “I do not know how to keep my mouth shut. I'm no longer allowed on Facebook or my phone. Please ask why. My mom says I have to answer everyone that asks.”

Critics have gone so far as to call it child abuse, and the ladies on ‘The View’ even had a heated exchange about it.

Do you think it's child abuse? Watch the video of the news story and take the poll.

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Franco Bouly, Flickr
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Mom Uses Facebook To Punish Daughter

One mom is receiving some backlash for punishing her daughter on Facebook. Denise Abbott's daughter was being disrespectful so she changed her daughter's profile picture with a photo of her with an x over her mouth, with the words 'I do not know how to keep my mouth shut and I am no longer allowed on Facebook and have been banned from using my phone.'

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What Would Facebook Have Looked Like in the ’90s? [VIDEO]

Just for fun, here's a quick video look at what Facebook would have looked like, if it had been introduced in the 1990s. Technology has certainly changed, hasn't it?

Remember when it took two hours to download a photo? And oh, how I loved the screeching sound of the dial-up modem!

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Michigan Teacher’s Aide Suspended For Refusing To Let School Look At Her Facebook Page [POLL]

Here we go snooping around in someone's personal business again. A teacher's aide was suspended after she refused to let the school district she worked for access her Facebook profile. Frank Squires Elementary School in Cassopolis, Michigan insisted they check Kimberly Hester's account last year after she posted a picture of a co-worker wearing their pants around the ankles and a pair of shoes.

The woman is trying to take legal action against the school now that she has been put on unpaid leave. Do you think the school was out of line? See the picture and take the poll.

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Dan Kitwood, Getty Images
Dan Kitwood, Getty Images
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Would You Give Your Facebook Password During An Interview? [Poll]

More employers are asking potential job candidates to give up their Facebook password during job interviews. They want to see their pages to see if they have anything to hide and to try to figure out the kind of person you are.

How comfortable would you be with having to show your Facebook page to a potential employer? Even if you had nothing to hide, would this bother you?

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Dan Kitwood, Getty Images
Dan Kitwood, Getty Images
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Does Homeland Security Know Where You Are?

Innocent, everyday things like tweeting or posting on Facebook couldn't possibly let the governments follow you, could they?

As it turns out, the reality is that Homeland Security of the United States  may just be thinking about you.

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Tobias Leingruber, FBBureau.com
Tobias Leingruber, FBBureau.com
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A Facebook ID Card That You Can Scan

Many companies today check on a prospective employees social media pages before they hire someone. Instead of it being a factor in the interview process, you can make it as easy as a single ID scan from a card you carry in your wallet.

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Family Feuds Over Facebook Posting

There should be a category for "Facebook Fights" somewhere on Facebook. I personally know of a few families that had considerable altercations about something that had been posted by one of its' members on Facebook. A family in Minnesota probably had some challenging dinner conversations after an uncle was sued for posting embarrassing photos of his nephew on Facebook. The lawsuit was dismissed by a district court that claimed the lawsuit had no merit.

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Spoof Follow-Up to Dad that Shot Daughter’s Laptop [NSFW VIDEO]

Remember Tommy Jordan, the dad that shot his daughter's laptop? Well, the guy in the video isn't him. The girl isn't his daughter Hannah. It's a pretty funny follow-up, but it's fakety-fakety-fake-fake-fake.

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Wackjob Dad Takes Parenting to the Extreme [NSFW VIDEO]

Tommy Jordan is pissed. His daughter Hannah has gotten 'too big for her britches' as the saying goes, and complains on Facebook about doing chores, her life, and her parents.

First, props to Tommy for having the guts to be a parent, and take an active role in his daughter's life. Sometimes kids think they can run the show, and Jordan isn't willing to let Hannah do that.

But Tommy goes too far.

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Social Networking More Addictive Than Smoking, Alcohol

Checking Facebook, Twitter, and email may be harder to resist than vices such as smoking and drinking, according to new research.

The study also found that the lure of social media may be even more powerful than cravings for sex or sleep.

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Subscribers May Pay For Facebook
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Pay For Facebook? Experts Predict Future Fee

Would you pay for Facebook? A technology research company is predicting that we can expect an option to pay for Facebook in the future, according to Fox News. Analysts say there could be a premium charge for subscribers and more advertising.

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