Actress JULIANNE MOORE 'lurks' on her children's social media accounts to ensure they are protected from the dangers of the internet.
The Big Lebowski star and her film director husband Bart Freundlich keep close tabs on their 16-year-old son and 12-year-old daughter's online activities to ensure they don't fall prey to the darker side of the internet, and Moore doesn't worry about invading her children's privacy.
She tells Britain's Mail On Sunday, "It's a scary world out there. I'm all over it with my kids. My son has a Facebook page which he uses but he knows that his father and I... lurk on it, so that if we see something untoward we can talk to him about it.
"In my opinion you don't get to have privacy when you're only 16! My daughter has an Instagram account on my phone, which is quite boring at the moment because I keep having to look at her pictures, which are all of kittens and cupcakes, but it's what you do."
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