Some parents actively post pictures of their children online on blogs, social media, and other websites. Other parents limit online sharing of their children’s photos to limited groups and only post pictures publicly if you can’t see the child’s face. There are even some parents who never post their children’s pictures online even to share them with trusted friends. So which way is right? Is it safe to post pictures of children online?
In my guest post for Social Media Week Chicago I explore four commonly cited fears about posting pictures of children online:
- Misappropriation, and
Read the full article “Is it safe to post pictures of your child online?” to separate the true risks from the exaggerations and learn ways to minimize the risks of posting your child’s picture online.
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