Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Girl Scout Safety?

I just ran across this debate on Safety Clicks and they make a point that neither The Today Show nor the Girl Scouts seemed to have described accurately. The big issue with this "infraction" is that a young girl states her full name on camera on the internet—which is a pretty standard example of "risky internet behavior."

Is the vigilance of her father enough to keep her safe after spreading her image and full name all over the internet? I have no idea. What do you think?

Be good to each other,
Rev. Josh


Mama B said...

I think that these days, you can never be too careful. I would never allow my children to sell anything over the internet.

Rev. Josh said...

In this day and age, it just doesn't seem prudent to allow your child to broadcast their name and contact info over YouTube.

Glad I'm not the only one who thinks so! It means a lot that an actual parent feels the same way.