I would really be freaked out if my parents were spying on my Facebook page. Then again, I'm a grown adult, and that would be weird anyway.
Some new research says it's not that uncommon though. AVG Technologies says they asked parents of kids 14 to 17 in eleven different countries about thier snooping habits.
They found that 60 percent of U.S. parents of teenagers seem okay looking in their kids' social accounts without their knowledge. And moms are most likely to be the ones doing the spying. Globally, only 44 percent of all parents said they spy on their teens' Facebook accounts.
Spying, trolling or whatever you want to call it. Do you think it's right?
I'd say as long as the parent isn't hacking into their kids account, I don't think checking someone elses Facebook page is much of a crime. That's what Facebook is for anyway,.