1. Digital Footprints
Posting photos of your kids create a digital footprint — a kind of electronic paper trail — that forms their identities in a world they haven’t chosen to enter.
2. You may be stepping on your child’s anonymity and consent
While it may not be something we think about all the time, we’re essentially taking control of our child’s digital identity from the get-go.
3. Losing Control of your images
Once you post a photo online, you lose control over it. Someone could easily copy the photo, tag it, save it, or otherwise use it — and you might never know.
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