These Are the Hashtags Putting Your Child at Risk on Social Media


By Genevieve Shaw Brown, Good Morning America


Sharenting: the act of over-posting about your children’s lives on social media.

If you think the biggest risk you run by sharenting is annoying your friends, think again. The danger of posting certain types of photos is very real. Add commonly used hashtags that might seem innocent to you but are searchable by a child predator, and the danger is compounded….more

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