When uploading a photo, be sure to avoid tapping the button shown in this screenshot.
I turned the game system on and was playing for about twenty minutes when he started kinda jumping up in my face and I just kept shoving him away very irritated he stopped for a few minutes and I looked down and noticed something, I noticed something kinda pink pointing out and after a second I realized what it was.
I was kinda shocked yet curious, I paused the game, got down on the floor, and reached down between his legs to investigate.
————————————————————————————————— So, parents, do you use Instagram? If so, have you or they encountered any privacy, bullying or content issues like we did?
As I said at the outset, Instagram does a simple and fantastic job of letting us do some very fun and creative things with our photos.
Instagram is not for children under the age of 13, and in my opinion, not suitable for slightly older teens, either.
If you’re 12 years old, there isn’t even a 1999 year to choose when signing up.
Popular photos from all over the world are shared under the “Popular” tab, and every user has the option to follow other Instagram users and vice versa. The only information required when signing up for Instagram is an email address and desired username.
Though they ask for a phone number, it’s very clear during sign up that this is optional, so please consider your privacy or your teen’s privacy before entering a phone number here.
This is just something to be aware of as geotagging is a huge risk to you and your teen’s privacy online.