Is Facebook Good for Teenagers? A Survey

What is your gender?
How would you describe yourself? (Check all that apply)
Facebook is primarily a positive development in kids' social lives.
Facebook is primarily risky for kids, because of the possibility of bullying and harassment.
Whatever the downside, Facebook is too important to social life for teenagers to miss.
Facebook’s current policy (required by federal law) is that teenagers must be at least 13 to sign up for an account. Do you think kids ages 13 and 14 are old enough to have Facebook accounts?
Do you think kids ages 11 and 12 should have Facebook accounts (in other words, should Facebook be allowed to lower its minimum age)?
Do you think kids under age 11 should have Facebook accounts?
If you’re a parent or guardian, do you regularly monitor your child’s Facebook account?
If yes, how? (Check all that apply)
If you’re a teenager, does a trusted adult regularly monitor your Facebook account?
If yes, how? (Check all that apply)
If you’re a teacher or a school administrator, approximately how often during the last school year did "Facebook drama" come to your attention (hurtful or mean behavior by a student or group of students directed at another student)?
Have you ever reported bullying or harassment on Facebook to the site itself?
If yes, were you satisifed with the response?
Have you ever reported bullying or harassment on Facebook to your school?
If yes, were you satisfied with the response?
Have you ever reported bullying or harassment on Facebook to the police?
If yes, were you satisfied with the response?
If you’re a teenager, have you ever reported bullying or harassment on Facebook to your parents or guardian?
If yes, were you satisfied with the response?
If you’re a parent, have you ever reported bullying or harassment on Facebook to another parent?
If yes, were you satisfied with their response?
Have you used Facebook’s new social reporting tool?
If yes, were you satisfied with the result?
When teenagers use social network sites to harass or bully other kids, who do you think is best positioned to respond effectively?
Currently, the default privacy settings on Facebook allow the personal information of teens under the age of 18 to be shared with their Facebook friends and all the people their friends have friended. Do you think that:
Here's space for anything else you want to say about kids and their use of Facebook (the box will expand as you type). You can also email me privately at cyberbullying.slate@gmail.com.