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As a parent how can I shut down a minor child's facebook page?

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SOURCE: I need to close my childs facebook page

Go to the account settings and close out the site, or you can limit what your child gets incoming.

Posted on Apr 13, 2010

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You have to report your child profile to the Facebook. you need some identifications to do so.

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If the child is under 13, you can simply write an email to privacy@facebook.com with the subject line "COPPA Data Request". This process should allow you to confirm if they are under 13 years old, and thereby in violation of the user agreement (all FB members are supposed to be 13 or older.

Posted on Jan 19, 2011

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I have someone messing with my facebook page saying my photo's are unautherized and they are not.. they are pictures of me with my grandson. please stop listening to who ever is saying this they are just...


facebook has a photo policy where you can not post pictures of a child under the age of 13 without the parents consent. regardless of if the picture is yours or not. facebook is allowed to make any rule they want and if you dont follow it they will delete the pictures and eventually delete your facebook account. sounds to me like the one of the parents of your grandson does not want the photos on facebook. all they have to do is report that the photo is of thier kid and the kid is under 13 and facebook will remove it. they are the parents after all and what they say goes regarding what pictures of thier child are posted online. better to just respect thier wishes before they call the police. i actually found the facebook reporting link that they are probably using. click on this link below and you can view it:

http://www.facebook.com/help/contact.php?submit&show_form=unauthorized_photo_underage

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How do i shut down childs facebook with out password


The best method to block facebook would be to block it in the router setting
Another option would be to go through the parental control settings of the computer and block that site.

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I want to get my minor child off facebook because I find her associations inappropriate. If she doesn't give me her login information how can I shut down her page?


If the child is under 13, you can simply write an email to privacy@facebook.com with the subject line "COPPA Data Request". This process should allow you to confirm if they are under 13 years old, and thereby in violation of the user agreement (all FB members are supposed to be 13 or older.

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I need to close my childs facebook page


Go to the account settings and close out the site, or you can limit what your child gets incoming.

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click the link below....

http://www.facebook.com/help/contact.php?show_form=delete_account

enter the username and password....
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Within IE8, delete all Temporary Internet Files.
Close IE8.
Open IE8, and access Facebook's "home" page.

Does the error happen "all" the time, or only when accessing one specific friend's web-page?
If the latter, then there's a problem on that person's web-page -- avoid that page to avoid the error-message.

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How do i turn off parental settings, or even better change my account to an adult one on xbox 360?


Hello,

If you did not create a Live account that is not over 18 years old, it is unfortunately impossible to COMPLETELY remove the parental controls on the Xbox, however, it is possible to almost completely turn them off. If you have access to the 'parent' account of the child's account on the Xbox 360 and you have your own Xbox Live Gamertag, you can login using your Windows Live account on Xbox.com and change parental control settings.

If the "Child" account has reached the age of 18, then you need to sign into the "Parent" account and follow these steps to convert the account to an "Adult" account:


  • Go to My Xbox, and open your profile.
  • Select Manage Account.
  • Select Promote Child Account.
  • Follow the required steps.

If the "Child" account is NOT atleast 18 years old then this is how to modify the Parental Control settings (Note: You can NOT completely disable Parental Controls, games that have ratings above the neccesary age can NOT be downloaded on the "Child"account):



  • Sign in using the "Child" account's Live email address and password.
  • Click on the gamertag in the upper right hand corner of the site.
  • Click the Manage Profile button.
  • Under the Gamer Profile heading, choose "Family Settings".
  • It will now ask to sign in as the "Parent" account.
  • After signing in, you can change the Parental Control limitations.
  • When done, click the save button at the bottom of the page.
(Information taken from following site)

Hope it helped.

Nov 17, 2009 | Microsoft Video Game Consoles & Games

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Parental control is blocking me from downloading content.


HI,

If you did not create a Live account that is not over 18 years old, it is unfortunately impossible to COMPLETELY remove the parental controls on the Xbox, however, it is possible to almost completely turn them off. If you have access to the 'parent' account of the child's account on the Xbox 360 and you have your own Xbox Live Gamertag, you can login using your Windows Live account on Xbox.com and change parental control settings.

If the "Child" account has reached the age of 18, then you need to sign into the "Parent" account and follow these steps to convert the account to an "Adult" account:


  • Go to My Xbox, and open your profile.
  • Select Manage Account.
  • Select Promote Child Account.
  • Follow the required steps.

If the "Child" account is NOT atleast 18 years old then this is how to modify the Parental Control settings (Note: You can NOT completely disable Parental Controls, games that have ratings above the neccesary age can NOT be downloaded on the "Child"account):



  • Sign in using the "Child" account's Live email address and password.
  • Click on the gamertag in the upper right hand corner of the site.
  • Click the Manage Profile button.
  • Under the Gamer Profile heading, choose "Family Settings".
  • It will now ask to sign in as the "Parent" account.
  • After signing in, you can change the Parental Control limitations.
  • When done, click the save button at the bottom of the page.
Thanks.

Jul 02, 2009 | Microsoft Xbox Console

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