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    Cute Babies on the Internet Face a Future Without Privacy

    Besides, nobody wants to see more Instagram ultrasounds. More than 90 percent of American 2-year-olds have an online presence, and some parents, who never had their own birth announcements posted on Facebook, may not grasp the ramifications of ”sharenting.” Mentioning children’s names and birthdays online heightens identity theft risks, and legal scholars are considering the rights of children whose lives are put online without their consent. Meanwhile, kids may struggle to shape their own identities when their parents have already digitally done it for them.

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