Social networks like MySpace, Twitter and Facebook have become widely used as a form of communication. What started as a teenage fad has spread to include users of all ages and from all walks of life. Users can create profile pages in which they can post pictures from their daily lives, share mass notifications of important updates in their personal lives or comment on a variety of current event issues across the nation.
The Supreme Court has long held that the Constitution of the United States of America protects a parent's fundamental right to privacy; under this privacy right is the right to raise children. Fundamental rights are not exclusive and the visitation rights to a child may be restricted or terminated as long as due process is followed.