One year ago, it took me roughly twenty minutes to explain to my mom the intricacies of a conversation held via Facebook. A few days ago, she called to ask if I had seen that friend from high school’s new baby pictures that popped up in her news feed. What once started as a strictly collegiate networking site, Facebook is now a global household name.
I typed “Moms” into the Group Search and garnered over 500 results. It’s clear that Moms these days are in tune and on board with staying connected through the popular social networking site. But how much personal information is safe to share with your “network?”
Is there any risk in posting pictures of your kids online? How do you decide who can see your pictures and who can’t? Do you think posting pictures of your kids online could potentially put them in harm’s way or do you take advantage of this as a great way to share updates with your friends and family? You tell us!