The Digital Birth Of The Modern Child

The Digital Birth Of The Modern Child

Some revealing statistics on how parents are creating the online presence of their kids.

Naresh Kumar
  • 8 october 2010

No less than 92% of children in the US have some kind of online presence by the time they are two, according to a new study conducted by Internet security firm AVG. From photos to even full profiles on social networks, today’s parents seem to be zealously sharing information about their kids on the web.

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