Why we need to think twice about “sharenting”

Part of the Kinderling Conversation for parents. Weekdays 12pm-1pm.

Mon 20 February 2017

15 mins

Is there any harm in posting images of our kids on Facebook? We all love to share the moments that make us laugh or smile, so why should we ask them for their permission?

Esafety Commissioner Julie Inman Grant and Amanda Third, Principal Research Fellow in Digital Social and Cultural Research at Western Sydney University give us their advice on how to approach social media when it comes to our kids.

For more information on the Children’s eSafety Commissioner’s campaign to #talkb4sharing check out this article on their website.

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