Do babyblogs violate children’s privacy?

Filed as News on April 19, 2004 9:38 pm

by Duncan

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BBC> With the rise of weblogs and public journals, some of today’s children are having their young lives publicly documented in a way that few other children have ever experienced.

So-called babyblogs have sprung up on the web detailing every last moment of a child’s life, from the minute it’s born. For friends and family far away, sites like these can be a superb way of keeping in touch.

But if, in the future, a prospective partner, friend or employer should type the child’s name into Google, will they appreciate having so much of their childhood documented for all to read? read more>

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