Stacy Thibodeaux was furious when she discovered pictures of her children on her ex-husband’s online dating profile soon after they divorced.
“I went through the roof,” Thibodeaux, 45, remembers. She confronted her ex, saying it wasn’t appropriate to have their young children’s images on Match.com.
She says he simply blocked her from viewing his profile.
That idea of managing a child’s online footprint is becoming part of conversations during a divorce and even after custody settlements as social networks become nearly ubiquitous ways of sharing information about one’s life and family.
See Wednesday’s Arkansas Democrat-Gazette for more about the digital dilemma facing divorcing parents.