Protect your child’s online privacy

CHILDREN, these days, live in a culture of sharing that has changed the concept of privacy. In a world where everyone is connected and anything created can get copied, pasted, and sent to thousands of people in a heartbeat, privacy starts to mean something different from simply guarding personal or private information. Digital life is public and permanent

 Everything kids do online creates digital footprints that wander and persist. Something that happens on the spur of the moment — a funny picture, a certain post — can resurface years later. And if children aren’t careful, their reputations can get away from them. Following are some tips that parents can keep in mind:

Explain them that nothing is really private: No matter what children think, privacy settings aren’t infallible. It’s up to children to protect themselves by thinking twice before they post something that can damage their reputation or hurt them.

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