with the term exchange, coined in the US, refers to the phenomenon of parents regularly sharing content about their children online, including photos, videos, information about schools, centers and gyms, and even ultrasounds. This is a neologism that combines the words “share”, “share” and “education”, “education”. This is a practice that affects many adults, from ordinary people to celebrities such as the couple created Chiara Ferragni and Fedes, Cristiano Ronaldo and Georgina Rodriguez, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West (now divorced), to name but a few notable examples.
Sharing Warning: The Danger of Sharing Children’s Photos Online
In our country, the code referring to confidentiality persons establishes that, with regard to his consent to the processing of personal data, a minor can give it only from the age of 14. Therefore, before reaching this age, consent must be given to those who have the right and burden of parental responsibility.
Showing photos of your children on social media is a source of joy and satisfaction for moms and dads, however, you should be aware of the pitfalls and potential dangers that this online practice can entail for both digital identity and for the proper development of the identity of minors. personality, and subsequently the relationship between parents and children. Exhibit online photos and videos of minors – material that then permanently remains on the Web – may be associated with serious risks, such as actions cyberbullying and misuse of images for illegal purposesincluding child pornography. Also note the possible primer: Confidential information about children, such as their interests, favorite sport, school attendance, and daily routine, often posted online, can provide bad guys with useful elements for establishing intimate, sometimes sexual relationships.
Deutsche Telecom Campaign
This summer, an initiative put forward by telecommunications company Deutsche Telecom Raise awareness of the negative effects of sharing. The short film illustrates how artificial intelligence technology can now easily manipulate the appearance and voice of a minor. History is at the core She, a nine-year-old girl who was digitally altered to look like an adult and educate her parents on the importance of not sharing images and videos of her children via social media. Through Ella’s story, the possible detrimental effects of posting photos and videos of young children online are illustrated, from cheating to bullying at school to the distribution of child pornography. Some studies have shown that within 2030most cases of youth identity fraud will be caused by the exchange.