1.If you have kids under 18, do you share pictures of them online?
2."It's very obvious that there's no real consent going on with many of these children," Prof. Cook comments. "The opinion my colleagues and I have is that if the child is not able to understand and give consent — whatever age that might be for that child — then all that information should probably be kept private." Regardless of if you have kids or not, do you believe that pictures of kids should NOT be shared as they cannot provide consent?
3."It's the fact that No. 1, there's zero consent," Prof. Cook continues. "No. 2, sharenting information may be used for vile purposes in some cases, and there's a commerce component to that. So, there is money exchanging hands for these sorts of images and videos. And then No. 3, now it has become even more socially accepted to be commodified. Through sponsorships, parent influencers are now profiting from using images of their children online." Do you think influencers should be able to profit from their children by sharing them online?
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