Posting photos on social media could have long-term consequences

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From the moment many of us leave the womb, images of our infant selves get posted on Facebook and other social media. Once out and about, they become part of our permanent digital footprint, often soon to be joined by photos at every stage of life — crawling, first steps, puppy hugging, first day of kindergarten and so on.This accumulated visual record can be embarrassing or damaging in later life.
4 months ago·Lowell, United States

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Posting photos on social media could have long-term consequences

From the moment many of us leave the womb, images of our infant selves get posted on Facebook and other social media. Once out and about, they become part of our permanent digital footprint, often soon to be joined by photos at every stage of life — crawling, first steps, puppy hugging, first day of kindergarten and so on.This accumulated visual record can be embarrassing or damaging in later life. It’s long past time to reconsider all this publ…

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