Don’t Post About Me on Social Media, Children Say Mar 102016 March 10, 2016 Online, Youth & Schools KJ Dell’Antonia writes that a recent study of 249 parent-child pairs revealed that kids are three times more concerned about what their parents are sharing about them online than the parents are. Read more on Well. h/t, Joe Cadillic Related Posts:Is it OK to spy on your kids? How about other people’sParents, Teens, and Online PrivacyParents Using Spyware To Combat Against Free Apps Hiding…Parents upload 973 photos of their child on social media…Online Safety, an Ongoing Education One Response to “Don’t Post About Me on Social Media, Children Say” Jordana Ari says: March 24, 2016 at 8:08 pm While I think that Facebook is good for specific uses in connecting and sharing information with friends and family as opposed to sharing the same story over and over again, I feel that there is A LOT of oversharing. There is a lot of oversharing on social media through FB, Instagram and Twitter, with comments, updates and photographs. I get parents wanting to show off their adorable children (especially infants through 4 years old) but there is a line with how much and what people post. Is it necessary to post your young children in the bathtub looking cute and playing with bath toys, or in bathing suits, just in diapers, or sonogram pictures to announce pregnancies? After awhile, it just gets ridiculous and its like enough already. Now Hugh Jackman posting photos of himself for advocacy reasons, I totally get. Plus he is handsome to look at. Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.