A report from the Children’s Commissioner for England looks at the amount of information parents post about their children on social media, CBC News reports. The report finds parents on average post more than 1,000 images of their children before they are old enough to have their own social media accounts. The commissioner’s study warns the data could be used to influence children’s potential for getting into schools and their job prospects. However, a study titled “The Digital Well-Being of Canadian Families” finds one quarter of parents refuse to post pictures of their children online.
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