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Do you post pics of your kids and grandkids on social media?

"A grandmother in the Netherlands has until this weekend to remove photos of her grandchildren from her Facebook page, or she’ll face daily fines, after a judge found she was violating the European Union’s strict online privacy rules, the BBC reported."

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by Anonymousreply 805/25/2020

If a parent does not want pictures of their child on the internet, one would hope they would have some kind of say.

by Anonymousreply 105/23/2020

What happens when the kids become teenagers and want their mom to stop reposting photos of them as children for all her frau friends on Facebook?

by Anonymousreply 205/23/2020

It's an interesting question, R2. Ideally, a parent would respect a child's privacy. If a parent doesn't, I suppose, they would just have to face the fallout and the consequences of the disrespect.

by Anonymousreply 305/23/2020

There must be some weird glitch going on. Apparently people are clicking on Parenting magazine’s site and being routed to a gay chat forum. Bizarre!!

by Anonymousreply 405/23/2020

FF block OP invasive frau

by Anonymousreply 505/23/2020

When I was a kid, my embarrassing childhood photos were kept in photo albums or a wallet and shown really only to a few people who gave a shit.

Now, parents/grandparents plaster their kids' photos all over the place on social media. Imagine if you're in high school or college and your mom keeps reposting photos of you as a child for her friends (and their friends, or even publicly).

I think in the next couple years we'll see a wave of angry young adults filing privacy lawsuits against their parents.

by Anonymousreply 605/24/2020

Posting kid photos is about gratifying their parents' need for attention. It doesn't benefit the kids in any way. It may in fact, hurt them.

by Anonymousreply 705/25/2020

I would love to see adult kids suing all their attention-whore parents!

by Anonymousreply 805/25/2020
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