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The do’s and don’ts of sharing about your children online

Leah Plunkett shared tips for navigating technology when it comes to kids with The Harvard Gazette.

“People have the hardest time getting used to the idea that a baby photo has a realistic chance of harm. They think the odds are low, but I don’t think it is. Even if I accept that the odds are low, it’s incumbent on us as parents, grandparents, teachers, to model the kind of citizenship we want them to have,” she said. “If we don’t model asking tough questions about surveillance, they’re not going to be the ones speaking up when they are on their own. I want to raise kids who are going to say, ‘Tell me more about that.’”

Read more in The Harvard Gazette

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