“ Sharenting” — posting photos, videos and personal stories about one’s children online — isn’t anything new in the age of social media. In fact, 92 percent of U.S. children had an online presence before the age of two, according to a 2010 survey.
What happens when kids realize that their entire lives have been documented? Well, it’s complicated.
Watch the “ICYMI by HuffPost” conversation about “sharenting” in the video above.
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