Question about Facebook Apps
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:
Posted on Apr 01, 2011
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