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Top 20 Words scaring parents
on Facebook, MySpace and other Social Media

According to recent (released 1-18-11) data compiled by TrueCare, a provider of Internet monitoring services for parents that automatically tracks a child’s use of today’s most popular social networking sites including Facebook, MySpace and Twitter for inappropriate content, “Hate” is the number one word found to generate the most parental alerts via the product’s monitoring feature.

“After reviewing our internal research, we wanted to publish these findings as a way to keep parents informed as to what their own children could potentially be saying on social networking sites,” remarks David Barker, Product Manager for TrueCare. “With a generation of teenagers gravitating toward these sites, parents now more than ever need to be armed with the most up-to-date statistics.”

Below is the Top 20 list of words found to generate the most frequent parental alerts as indicated by TrueCare’s latest findings:

1. HATE (bullying/racism)

2. PARTY (alcohol/drugs)

3. STUPID (bullying)

4. UGLY (bullying)

5. X (alcohol/drugs)

6. DAMN (bullying)

7. KILL (bullying/racism)

8. FIRE (drugs)

9. A** (bullying/racism)

10. TREES (drugs)

11. SH*T (drugs/bullying/racism)

12. BUSTED (drugs)

13. FREAK (bullying)

14. POSER (bullying)

15. DRINK (alcohol/drugs

16. ICE (drugs)

17 LOVE (sex)

18. BITCH (bullying)

19. LOSER (bullying)

20. MONKEY (sex/bullying)

20. HOMO (bullying)

20 SEX (sex)

Concerned parents can monitor their child’s online activity by utilizing TrueCare’s social media monitoring service that automatically tracks a child’s use of today’s most popular social networking sites for inappropriate content. TrueCare monitors a child’s pages 24/7 and notifies parents with alerts anytime questionable content is found, via an email containing the full content and context of the post, plus a link to the page if parents want to investigate further. - the home of professional expert advice and  information for women and their family

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