A three year study (2006 and 2008) from Victoria University
followed three cohorts (ages 10,12 and 14 in 2006) of 1800 New Zealand young people, surveying their relationships with families, friends, schools and communities, and assessing their responses to various measures of health and wellbeing.
Identity theft is when someone sets up a webpage (or uses documents like passports) to pretend they are you. Sometimes on social networking sites like Facebook, people can set up a page which looks like you made it, but it says mean things about you and makes you look bad. This is a form of harassment and any kind of harassment - online or off - is not OK.
Facebook lets teens broadcast every conversation, photo, and thought. But if they're not careful, the whole world could have access. Common Sense Media shows you how to set (link) Facebook's privacy controls and help your kids protect their online identity.