“The case raises serious concerns about the Saudi criminal justice system, both that authorities would target someone for a very trivial speech-related issue, but also that they would arrest a teenager on these grounds.
First, actually use those parental controls the app provides, including turning off or pausing the search history, which will clear the recommended videos the app usually provides (i.e. Also, setting time limits is the easiest way to hold both you and your kid accountable for the amount of time they're actually watching those egg videos.Also, it's important that you occasionally sit down with your child and actually observe what they're watching.Gently encourage them to pick educational videos over glorified commercials.At one point during the Facebook interactions, the victim allegedly acknowledged that Jones was 24, and he requested that she repeatedly acknowledge that she was "only 14."Jones' other alleged victim, whom he chatted with in August 2016, alleged that the singer told her she would get to perform a sex act on him if she were "lucky." In the chat, Jones allegedly acknowledged that he was 23 at the time and the victim was 14.Federal authorities said the girl sent Jones a total of 25 videos, including eight that were sexually explicit.Here's the truth: I NEVER asked them to do anything more than send a twerking video.