When should parents stop kids from using social media,& why cringe videos with any one is considered poplar?

AretoNyx
AretoNyx: Tictoc, Musically, and other cringe contemplations often have kids. I have been seeing many perverts trying to get a sing along with preteens from what others on YouTube show. The discussion of banning apps like ticktock or wanting better security options.
Though YouTube is also a bit on a crack down of kid and teen user pages I hear. The thing about perverts is they are everywhere online. Those being criminal and immoral are clever at not getting caught while doing damage at times it seems. So is there any way to prevent harm as kidnapping, human trafficking, exploitation, etcetera of kids in any way truly?

The thing about what kids post and how they are exploited, or lack the common sense of privacy at times can be taught. Though why isn't such taught?
Stranger danger is not a good way to teach anything, and proven a joke based on social experiment to how ever kids understand what strangers are by definition.
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NoSuchName
NoSuchName: Seems to be a lot of dirty old 50+ men with a penchant for 18 yr olds on wire
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Angry Beaver
Angry Beaver: Ya got that right!
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AretoNyx
AretoNyx: On the internet in general it seems.
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Devilish Dex
Devilish Dex: I think you should let your kids use sociol media as many kids use it as an outlet to express themselves without judgement. However I think you should teach your kids stranger danger and should stop behavior when they are doing something dangerous.
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AretoNyx
AretoNyx: Of course I taught my kids stranger danger, but I do more than what most offer in learning. Of course I monitor my kids on social media and in public. Not everyone watches kids or cares what they do online.
The thing about knowing if a kid is doing something dangerous often takes away some privacy , but if a parent is a responsible one they do make efforts to care.
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