As celebrities themselves, they are used to things being written about them and they're old enough be able to sort out the real news pieces from the ridiculous rumors.
Their kids, however, are growing up in a world dominated by digital media and when they're older, they will probably want their own social media accounts and such.
In a new interview with People magazine, Angelina says she's more "old school" when it comes to technology saying she likes to write her thoughts down with good old fashioned pen and paper. She doesn't even use Facebook, Twitter or Instagram (although she did recently snap one of the most epic selfies ever).
As for her children, however, Angelina understands that they're gonna surf the net and whatnot and says they have someone who monitors that. "It's so beyond what we understand," she tells the mag. "We wouldn't even know what to look for."
We can completely understand any parent wanting to do that and for the Jolie-Pitt kids, whose parents are two of the most famous people in the world, we don't blame her for wanting to be extra cautious.
If you had kids right now, would you put some limits on their internet usage and social media exposure?