Parents shape their children's digital identity long before sending their first e-mail, which usually begins with that ‘obligatory’ early scan photo. Studies say that by the time the child is five, parents have posted 1,500 images of them online, with one in five uploading images at least once a month.

The dangers of 'sharenting'

‘Sharenting’ has become the new norm. Posting pictures and details of children and narrating each stage of their lives from first walks to hospital visits has become so commonplace that we rarely question it.
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