The desire to share photos of their children is often insurmountable. Scientists from the University of Michigan see this behavior more harm than good. Children need to know how and where their photos are being used, says Science World Report.
Children grow up and become users of social networks. Perhaps some photos in the public domain can become a cause of conflict with parents. Researchers are advised to restrict access to personal information on social networks, especially when it comes to their own children.
A feeling of awkwardness in childhood can develop into more serious problems when interacting with peers. Experts suggest to take into account children's interests in the conduct of social networks.