Question about Facebook Computers & Internet
Either - Set a password on the device you're niece is using to access fb.
Or.. if you or someone you know can access your network settings on the router, you can block access to any site, any time or during specified hours of your choice.
Not knowing what OS or device you have, check out the parental controls in whichever help menu you need.
Lastly, make like you've only got 90 seconds more before the pizza delivery guy has to hand you your order for free.... HIDE BEHIND THE SOFA!
Maybe speaking to your niece as to why the ban is there and give her a chance to discuss it with you. Perhaps you can reach a compromise. Good luck.
PS: If none of the above work ... get someone big to smash her face in!!!
Posted on May 03, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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