Basically, it's not a place children should be allowed on whatsoever, and monitoring their use of apps and smartphones can hopefully help dramatically decrease the number of teens under 18 using it.
The popular girls in school aren't just famous in the cafeteria anymore — they're idolized by strangers across the Internet, fueled by Instagram's "Explore" tab.
Considering the fact that when you're on Tinder, the age range you can select begins at 18 years old, that means a bunch of kids are using the app and pretending they're older — which is definitely not good.
That said, the last several years have seen plenty of technology advances for the social lives of teenagers that were and are disconcerting to adults.
Not to play some sort of "back in my day" card, but, y'know, back in my day, texting was just becoming prevalent amongst high schoolers, which subsequently meant sexting was, too.
Social media sites like My Space were exploding with teenagers trying to meet one another and find some sort of Internet popularity.
And Facebook, which was originally for college students, now has kids in the fifth grade socializing on it.