thanks for the input. your opinion is noted.you're also excluding her from being on sites that most of her friends are on
I get that you want to protect your baby
but alienating her from all of the other kids doesn't do her any favors
and by being super restrictive, she's more likely to both resent you, and also look for ways to sneak around you
it sets up a precedent where she won't tell you about something that you probably should know about, just because she's afraid you'll get mad at her
There are some kids that she needs to be alienated from.
She can also be guided to use tech properly away from the peer pressure to do stupid shit online.
That is the biggest challenge of parenting, guiding a child toward becoming smart. IMO free range raising children teaches them more bad than good, life without boundaries.