BING ads are being advertised in children’s booklets, TV and film, and they are being shown to young people at Disney theme parks.
Parents have been urged to be aware of what is being advertised and to take extra care to keep their children safe from the advertisements.
The BING website, which allows parents to upload images of their children, is not accessible to all, so parents who want to see what they can see should do so from their own computers or devices.
Bing, a search engine for the internet, is advertising on the sites of some of the world’s biggest theme parks and resorts.
Disney, which owns theme parks including Disneyland, Epcot, Animal Kingdom, and Hollywood Studios, has previously reported that BING sites are used by children to visit certain theme parks, but it is not known if the same thing has been happening with Disney World.
Some parents have posted messages on social media that the ads were causing them anxiety, although it is unclear what these parents were seeking to do.
“I just got home from a family member and my son was just saying, ‘Oh my God, what are you doing?
You’re doing this to my children,'” one mother told the ABC.”
And I said, ‘I think you’ve made a mistake.
You need to think about what you’re doing.'”
I’m really worried about it because I have a lot of kids and I know there are children around here that have seen these ads.
“It’s very concerning.
And I know my children are very upset.”
Another parent told the BBC that she had posted on social networking sites saying that she was “shocked and horrified” by the ads.
She said: “I’ve never seen something like this before.
I thought it was the worst.
I’ve never experienced anything like this.”
Another child posted: “You can’t hide your child.
You have to show it.
It’s just disgusting.”
Another mother posted: ‘My daughter has a birthday today.
She’s going to be 15.’
“She said she doesn’t want to go.
It was the last time she saw the website.”
They don’t tell parents anything.
They’re telling you if they want to be in the park or they want their child to be there, you can’t be there.
“If you’re not going to take it, they’re going to tell you.”
Other parents have said that they have received anonymous emails threatening to harm their children and posting personal details and photos of their young children.
The Department of Education and Skills is warning parents not to be alarmed if they see BING advertisements in their children’s books or on social networks.
“This type of advertising is illegal, and parents need to be vigilant to ensure that their children are safe,” it said in a statement.
“Parents are strongly encouraged to keep children’s internet activity private.”
The Department urges parents to use the internet safely and responsibly and not to allow children’s online activities to become a means of communicating with each other.
“We have been in contact with the BING advertising company and are working with them to ensure they are not being used in any way that breaches children’s safety.”
Bing has not commented on the complaints.