家長的網路習慣害到小孩?Are parents' online habits putting kids in peril?





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Uploaded on Oct 19, 2010


網路社群裡的網民年紀越來越輕。有研究指出,在歐美,已有八成的兩歲新生兒在網路上泡­。多虧父母,小孩無所不在,他們透過 Facebook、Twitter 和 YouTube 分享孩子的一點一滴,儘管我們覺得這很無聊。家長也有可能忽略網路上的隱私設定,無意­中把孩子帶進危險的處境,澳洲網路安全公司AVG早已提出警告。但有些家長很重視孩子­在網路上的身分。事實上,小孩可能不再享受個人隱私,谷哥的執行長舒密特曾經說,新一­代的網民可能會需要改名換姓,來擺脫從小被po到網路上的冏事。父母會不會改變習慣,­很難說,不管孩子們多大,父母將都會以孩子為傲。看起來,新一代的網民越變越年輕。

Online social media is not just for adults anymore. A new study claims that 80% of children in the western world have some form of social media presence by the time they reach age 2.

Thanks to their parents, children are all over the internet. The magic of Facebook, Twitter and YouTube allows parents to bore you with photos and videos of their children in the online world, just like they do in real life.

Of course, parents might be exposing their children to online dangers because they fail to check their privacy settings, according to Australian firm AVG.

But for some parents, establishing an online identity for children early in life is important. Parents have been to known to name their children based on dotcom domain availability.

In truth, privacy may no longer exist for children today. Google CEO Eric Schmidt said younger generations might need to change their names to avoid embarrassing online revelations following them into adulthood.

Whether parents will change their behavior remains to be seen. In the meantime, it seems children are joining online social media at younger and younger ages.

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