June 12, 2012
Today's 30-somethings are the first generation whose children are coming of age alongside the social Web.
Technology is making an indelible imprint on modern parenting, and there is a sense that our data, our personal information, are no longer within our control. But new research findings indicate that openness and information sharing are a way of life for many adults, and personal privacy is readily compromised, along with personal information about one's children.
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I agree with the author of this post, but I'm uncertain whether this is a good thing.
Posted by: Tulsa Divorce Lawyers | Jun 12, 2012 6:32:42 AM
I don't use a lot of social media myself but I know I will need to learn more about it when my kids get older. I guess there is also the aspect of teaching children how to use better judgement, but sometimes that's like beating your head against the wall.
Posted by: Tulsa Divorce Lawyer | Jun 12, 2012 9:13:54 AM