1. Kids Look for Limits on What Parents Share About Them on Social Media

    Kids Look for Limits on What Parents Share About Them on Social Media

    A new study finds that children and adolescents would prefer that their parents limit what is shared about them online.

    University of Michigan researchers discovered sharing content on soccer games, family vacations and reports of good grades are OK for social media sharing. Posts with baby photos or references to punishments and significant others — not so much.

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    1. You might expect that children don't want their parents to share anything about them on social media but that's not what we found.
    2. It's easy to forget that the family and the home are considered private spaces in the U.S. and that family members need to respect one another's privacy.
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