Facebook isn’t strictly a photo sharing site, but it’s increasingly being used as one – especially by teens.
In almost any group of tweens or teens, someone is likely to have a camera phone. They can quickly snap a picture, upload it directly to Facebook from their phone, and it is instantly disseminated through their entire network of friends. This can be a convenient way to relay messages, but it can also be dangerous if your child isn’t aware of who can see their pictures (and the captions they tack on them.)
The four Privacy Settings for photos on Facebook are: