Think before you post - new camapign of Nobodys Children Foundation

One out of four parents of children under the age of ten admits to posting naked or half-naked pictures of their children on the Internet. Every day the Internet is flooded with photos carelessly posted by parents who usually do not think about who may see them or what will happen to them later. "Think Before You Post" (Pomyƛl, zanim wrzucisz) is a new campaign launched by the Nobody's Children Foundation which aims to draw people's attention to the problem of the thoughtless posting of children's pictures by their parents on the internet and protection of children's online privacy. The campaign uses posters and pictures which refer to these memes. Seemingly innocent pictures of children contain captions such as, "You will find me on the net" or "One click and I'm here". Under the picture of a grinning child there is a question: "Do you know what others can do with a picture of your child posted on the internet?" One part of the campaign is a guidebook in which parents can find useful information about privacy settings on social networking sites.

More about the campaign in Polish



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