The eternal question for parents: should I post photos of my children?
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The eternal question for parents: should I post photos of my
children?
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Tomas Janckus 2018 november 21 d. 08:48

It is estimated that parents in the US upload over 1500
photos of their children to social media before the children
turn five. 92% of two-year old toddlers already have a
“digital footprint”, and one-third of all US children
appear on social media within the first hours of their
birth. Though similar studies have not yet been carried out
in Lithuania, the observed tendencies are broadly identical:
more and more parents post pictures of their children
online, without really thinking of the consequences of such
actions.

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