and have no privacy settings, if they are stolen you are responsible?
There is a Russian website that has taken lots of pictures, from Facebook of children in my city (all over the news ect). The comment on the site beneath them are degrading and sexualise children. Facebook is covered in "I'm going to sue facebook", it's not Facebook fault is it? It's yours.
The website has been reported and the police are on it but it will take time to be removed. Meantime the whole city is visiting the website taking screen shots "do you recognise this child??" with the degrading comments beneath.
AIBU to say it's the parents fault and they should accept responsibly? and that other parents posting the screenshots of unknown children are just as bad?
I think that obviously parents should be more careful when posting pictures of children on social media. I personally wouldn't do it but how can it be their fault that someone else has taken these pictures and put the, on another site. The person responsible is the person who has put these pictures on another site. That being said I've no idea why you'd put pictures that you weren't happy being publicly available on facebook.
What city? Who is commenting? Do they know the families because they are all in the same city? Sorry not quite understanding why Russians are stealing photos of children, is it a sex thing or identity theft or pure devilment?