Suggested terms for dealing with social media of the parents and the child.
Suggested Terms Re: The Parents' Social Media
[a] Parents shall not make disparaging statements about the other parent or a child on social media/networking sites to which the child may have access.
[b] Neither parent shall post nude or otherwise inappropriate photos of the child on an social media/networking site.
Suggested Terms Re: The Child's Social Media
[a] Neither parent shall establish a social media/networking account (i.e. Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Snapchat) for a child, or allow the child to do so, without the written consent of the other parent.
[b] Both parents shall have access to any social media/networking account belonging to the child to include users names and passwords.
[c] Both parents shall have access to a child's electronics (i.e. laptop, i-pod, cell phone) to include username and password.
[c] Both parents shall have access to a child's personal email account, to include username and password.
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