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Parents Get Schooled In The Dangers Of ‘Sharenting’ With New Children’s Book


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“Sharenting” is the latest discourse surrounding children and technology. Only this time, the discussion isn’t about preventing kids from accessing video games or social media platforms but about educating parents on when not to share information about their offspring on the internet.

Recently, to bring attention to this disturbing trend, Deutsche Telekom created a campaign with a deepfake of a girl who returns from the future to spotlight the consequences a child may face if their parents are careless with posting identifying content of them online.

Now, L’Enfant Bleu Association is joining the cause with a special children’s book: The Crazy Adventure of Emma’s Teddy Bear. Instead of the heartwarming story it presents on the surface about a stuffed animal, parents are invited to look deeper into the message behind the text.

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