An interesting article on Community Care about the impact of technology on supervised contact .
This has been cropping up as an issue in my cases for some time now with printouts from facebook becoming a regular feature of evidence and teenagers in particular arguing that being deprived of a mobile phone is practically a breach of their human rights. Quite apart from the monitoring nightmare that it represents in general terms for whoever is caring for the children, it is made even more difficult by the development of a seemingly incomprehensible style of communicating (u don dat doncha etc). Facebook now has the facility for translating things into Latin which I might find easier to understand than yoofspeak!
“The father is to have no contact while the investigation is ongoing” - This is an interesting case, decided by Recorder Baker. It was a private law case, which had considerable Local Authority involvement. Many of the issu...
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