A child’s privacy is worth more than likes (2022)

Sharenting, or documenting your child’s life online, is a common behavior among parents who enjoy sharing pictures and videos of their children on social media. However, this behavior is primarily driven by the desire for attention and validation from others, rather than benefiting the child. Social media companies exploit this trend, using personal data for profit through targeted advertising. There are several issues associated with sharenting, including the lack of consent from children, privacy and security risks, and potential negative effects on the child’s mental health and trust. Parents need to be more self-aware and consider whether sharing online is truly beneficial for their child.


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