Good social networking site. As someone said, if the correct privacy settings are enabled, you add people you KNOW, and allow apps you KNOW, it's relatively safe. Identity theft is always an issue, but if you're that worried about that, you probably shouldn't have an online profile in the first place. However, many users are nowadays posting offensive, violent, horrible images and videos, things that even I don't want to see, much less a child. That kind of thing can scar a young mind, and that's awful. Pictures and videos should be reviewed faster, punishment should be more severe, or the automatic review algorithm be updated. Urgently.
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Caveat Emptor: While Entertaining, Facebook has to be carefully handled. It is heavily targeted with spam, phishing, and is very likely an experimental ground for all new techniques of social engineering and malware propagation.
On its own it is never child-safe. But, from a different standpoint, it presents a good place for mentoring and education on how to analyze and differentiate various inputs from social sources.