That is a really bad thing to do to your child. He WILL lose trust in you, it's invasion of privacy and nobody likes a nosy parent. Don't do it. Seriously. If he finds out you'll regret it. Just ask him if you want to know something.
TTY to just be honest and up front with him! If you really think he is up to something really that bad hopefully you raised him smart enough not to post it on the Internet! If you can't trust him he probably isn't responsible enough to have a Facebook account! But it sound to me like you need to relax a little kid will be kids you can't control everything
ok i will tell u if u know his user name or email them go to the sign in page, write the email in the space provided and press enter. Dont do anything in the password space, and in the next page facebook will say that........is this you are finding? near it yr sons photo picture will be there and press yes. and if yu want to use it all the time change his password
Don't listen to what other people say, it's not bad to want his password. But if he is over 15 and 1/2 years old, then don't do it. Ask him! Tell him that you're his mom, and you should know the information to his accounts.
Does your son use FB from a phone or a PC? Who pays for the bill and how long do you let him use it each day?One hour? or any time he wants?Who bought him these items? You are the parent set rules that until he moves out on his own pays for his own bills you must know his pass word.Ask him to open it up for you right then take a look .You must be trying to find something tell him why you need to see it.You are the parent and if he says no,take it away from him until he does.You must be real worried about something for you to want to be sneaky about looking that is not right sorry he has the right to know you want to look at it.If he finds out you went behind his back he will only get smarter on hiding things for you not to know.
You should be controlling his online activity instead of worrying he might find out.Children only get privacy when it doesn't involve their safety.There are a lot of crazy people out there and you should already know his password.Tell him the rules have changed and you are just looking out for him and he needs to give you his password.If he refuses take away the computer.If he continues to use it elsewhere contact fb and have his account suspended.