It happened again, twice in three days, at the annual general meeting of two different regional non-profit groups: Members were told that they can find critical membership information on the group’s Facebook page. How refreshing it was to see someone else stand up and declare, “I don’t use Facebook. Never have. Never will.”
After 15 years of the world being told that “everybody’s on Facebook” and becoming afraid to miss out on …they’re not sure what… many people are starting to realize that there might be a problem with revealing the minutia of their lives. Even better, they’re starting to question the wisdom of divulging information about other people — especially children.
A new video, from Wall Street Journal’s personal tech columnist Joanna Stern, offers a clear view that will help parents, friends, and family appreciate the risks of sharing information about children — and themselves.
If you do nothing else today, invest 4 minutes to watch Mommy, Where’s My Photo Going?