Mum will be fined it she does not stop posting on Facebook

  • Italian boy, 16, took mom to justice over images posted on social media
  • The teen grew sleepy of mom sharing snaps but his permission
  • Rome justice warned mom she faces 10,000 euro excellent unless she stops 
  • She also must mislay old photos, posts and videos of her son 

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An Italian lady has been banned from posting images of her teenage son on social media, and threatened with a 10,000 euro excellent if she defies it.

The 16-year-old had done a justice censure about his mother’s social media habits, which enclosed posting pictures of him on Facebook but his consent.

A Rome family justice traffic with the mother’s divorce from the teen’s father, ruled in the 16-year-old’s favour. 

Facebook fine: The Italian lady has been banned from posting about her son on Facebook, and must mislay all old images and posts about him - or face a 10,000 euro fine

Facebook fine: The Italian lady has been banned from posting about her son on Facebook, and must mislay all old images and posts about him - or face a 10,000 euro fine

Facebook fine: The Italian lady has been banned from posting about her son on Facebook, and must mislay all old images and posts about him – or face a 10,000 euro fine

The teen had grown sleepy of his mother’s oversharing online and the issue was brought up during divorce proceedings.

The justice ruled that as per Italian copyright law, the theme of the photographs owns the copyright and the mom was therefore in breach. 

The unnamed lady was told she faces a 10,000 euro (£8,875) excellent unless she stops edition information about her son online. 

Teen angst: The 16-year-old had grown sleepy of his mom pity information and photos of him on social media but his determine (stock image)

Teen angst: The 16-year-old had grown sleepy of his mom pity information and photos of him on social media but his determine (stock image)

Teen angst: The 16-year-old had grown sleepy of his mom pity information and photos of him on social media but his determine (stock image)

She must also mislay any images, posts and videos of the teen from her social media accounts, Euronews reports. 

The website quoted counsel Giuseppe Croari as observant that the mom had also effectively disregarded Facebook’s terms and conditions by posting images to which she did not have the copyright. 

Facebook’s Terms of Service states that users determine to ‘not post calm or take any movement on Facebook that infringes or violates someone else’s rights or differently violates the law.’


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Mum will be fined it she does not stop posting on Facebook

  • Italian boy, 16, took mom to justice over images posted on social media
  • The teen grew sleepy of mom sharing snaps but his permission
  • Rome justice warned mom she faces 10,000 euro excellent unless she stops 
  • She also must mislay old photos, posts and videos of her son 

Sara Malm For Mailonline

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An Italian lady has been banned from posting images of her teenage son on social media, and threatened with a 10,000 euro excellent if she defies it.

The 16-year-old had done a justice censure about his mother’s social media habits, which enclosed posting pictures of him on Facebook but his consent.

A Rome family justice traffic with the mother’s divorce from the teen’s father, ruled in the 16-year-old’s favour. 

Facebook fine: The Italian lady has been banned from posting about her son on Facebook, and must mislay all old images and posts about him - or face a 10,000 euro fine

Facebook fine: The Italian lady has been banned from posting about her son on Facebook, and must mislay all old images and posts about him - or face a 10,000 euro fine

Facebook fine: The Italian lady has been banned from posting about her son on Facebook, and must mislay all old images and posts about him – or face a 10,000 euro fine

The teen had grown sleepy of his mother’s oversharing online and the issue was brought up during divorce proceedings.

The justice ruled that as per Italian copyright law, the theme of the photographs owns the copyright and the mom was therefore in breach. 

The unnamed lady was told she faces a 10,000 euro (£8,875) excellent unless she stops edition information about her son online. 

Teen angst: The 16-year-old had grown sleepy of his mom pity information and photos of him on social media but his determine (stock image)

Teen angst: The 16-year-old had grown sleepy of his mom pity information and photos of him on social media but his determine (stock image)

Teen angst: The 16-year-old had grown sleepy of his mom pity information and photos of him on social media but his determine (stock image)

She must also mislay any images, posts and videos of the teen from her social media accounts, Euronews reports. 

The website quoted counsel Giuseppe Croari as observant that the mom had also effectively disregarded Facebook’s terms and conditions by posting images to which she did not have the copyright. 

Facebook’s Terms of Service states that users determine to ‘not post calm or take any movement on Facebook that infringes or violates someone else’s rights or differently violates the law.’


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