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CID Warns Parents of Dangers of 'Sharenting'

CID Warns Parents (symbolic picture)
CID Warns Parents (symbolic picture)

 

Kolkata (June 26,2023) : The CID said that sharenting can put children at risk of identity theft, cyberbullying, and other forms of online abuse. The department also said that sharenting can also lead to children being groomed by predators. The CID has urged parents to be more careful about what they share about their children on social media. The department has also said that parents should teach their children about the importance of online privacy.

"Sharenting can have serious consequences for children," said a CID official. "We urge parents to be more careful about what they share about their children online." The CID's warning comes after a number of high-profile cases of children being exploited online. In one case, a 12-year-old girl from Kolkata was groomed by a predator who she met on social media. The predator convinced the girl to send him explicit photos of herself, which he then used to blackmail her.

The CID's warning is a reminder of the dangers of sharenting. Parents should be careful about what they share about their children online, and they should teach their children about the importance of online privacy. Parents can learn more about the dangers of sharenting and how to protect their children online by visiting the CID's website or by contacting the department's helpline.


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