I judge

People who post pictures on SNS of their babies/kids that are not old enough to be able to understand anything about being online. Thank god for not being born in this generation. I would have hated my parents for the rest of my life if they had done that of me.

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I'm glad i was an adult when the inet became public

Aug 7, 2020 at 1:53pm

and realized that probably anything you put online (your name, address, photos) was on there forever.

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Or the ones

Aug 7, 2020 at 6:49pm

who enter their kids in beauty pageants.

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You serious?

Aug 8, 2020 at 1:20am

I’m a senior. Our parents had movie cameras. A popular pastime was having people over to watch “home movies” or slide shows. Back then no one thought a thing about taking movies or photos of their naked little kids. Those movies got shown over and over and over and over and...

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Anonymous

Aug 8, 2020 at 1:59am

The children will be able to grow up and see back in their past when their parents still loved each other.

Before the divorce.

Like a historical record of something no longer valued yet longed for.

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@You serious?

Aug 8, 2020 at 9:13am

Being online and shown to family, friends, and relatives are two different stories.
My parents left me videotapes and pictures as well and we watched them together with my cousins and I showed them to my friends. I agree that it was such a good time and fun looking back.
But as someone mentioned, if they're online that means they are seen by strangers and it will never be there forever no matter how hard you try to delete them. Or a bigger matter, maybe crazy people keep them and god knows what they do with them.
It is a great idea to take and keep photos and videos of your kids, but you just don't have to put their life on risk by putting them online.

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No need to hate, just sue them

Aug 11, 2020 at 4:17pm

That is irresponsible parenting... and you are quite right that it's very disrespectful and inconsiderate to the child.

Nobody is perfect, but a lawsuit and precedent will fix that. Do you see parents beating up their kids anymore? No. I rest my case.

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