A horrifying video of what parents do to their children.
T-Mobile has published an advertising spot warning parents about the dangers of sharing. Sharenting is the sharing of photos, videos and information about children online. This can have serious consequences, such as cyberbullying, digital kidnapping or the use of a child's data for marketing purposes.
In a T-Mobile ad, a girl named Ella talks about how her photos ended up on the internet without her consent. The photos were used to create a deepfake, which is a fake video that looks like Ella is saying things she never said. The girl is horrified by what has happened and warns her parents against sharing.
The T-Mobile spot is an important warning against the dangers of sharing. Parents should be aware of the risks and take steps to protect their children's privacy.
Here are some tips to protect your children from sharing:
Always ask your child's permission before posting pictures of your child online.
Do not post photos of your child that can be used to identify them, such as photos with faces or personal information.
Set the privacy of your social media profiles so that only selected people can see your child's photos.
Educate your child about the dangers of sharing and how to protect themselves from them.
Sharenting is a serious problem, but it can be mitigated. It is important that parents are aware of the risks and take steps to protect their children's privacy.