Did you know?
1 - The average age at which a child acquires an online presence courtesy of their parents is at six months, and by the time they are two 81% of children have some kind of ‘digital footprint’.
2 - A third (33%) of children have had images posted online from birth.
3 - A quarter (23%) of children have even had their pre-birth scans uploaded to the Internet by their parents.
4 - Seven per cent (7%) of babies have even had an email address created for them by their parents.
5 - More than 70% of mothers said they posted baby and toddler images online to share with friends and family.
These shocking stats from AVG's year long research study were presented to us at last weeks #digitaldiaries blogger event. If you have children I urge you to read their report.
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