In an age where photos of babies flood Facebook timelines, some parents are resisting the trend and keeping all traces of their children off the Internet. Some parents worry about privacy while others say there’s no way to predict what companies might do with their child’s images. There’s also the idea that kids should make the decision for themselves on whether their mug inundates the Web.
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