Research conducted by security company AVG shows that one in four babies already have a profile on social networks before their birth, kept, of course, by their babões parents. According to the survey – done in the UK, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, USA, Canada and Australia – at the very moment of his birth a child already has an average of six months of “online life” on sites like Facebook or Twitter.
The figures also show that 7% of newborns already have accounts email, 23% of the first photographs of the little published on the network are your first ultrasound and the two 80% of them already have a “digital trail” left the web. In addition, 70% of parents recognize that publish photos of your kids online to share with friends and family.
Despite sharing some information about your children’s online is a behavior that can be considered common, AVG reminds parents that they may be careful in the type of information they post online. It is important for parents to realize that they are creating an online record for a person who still have life ahead. It is worth considering the type of information that is leaving the Internet, and when the child is a teenager or an adult, what will they do with all this information you are providing now.”
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