Tips to avoid your baby’s photos spread randomly on Facebook…
Do you like to share your baby’s photos on Facebook? That’s normal, as you’re proud of them and of everything they do. But careful; it’s not always favourable if these photos spread online randomly, and it may entail some risks.
What should you do to control sharing your baby’s photos on Facebook?
- Maintain your privacy. If you insist on sharing your newborn’s photos on Facebook, make sure you restrict access to your account to a limited number of people, such as your family, some relatives and friends.
- Don’t use their photo as your profile picture. This way it will be public for all users. It’s better if you go for a photo of yourself or a symbolic image. This will make contacting you easier and more practical.
- When you share your baby’s photos on this website, be careful and don’t reveal any details of the location of your home or daycare. Maintain some mystery in this regard to keep your baby safe. Facebook is an open and wide world, open to many possibilities.
- Ask your friends to respect your choices. If you don’t want to share your baby’s photos, they shouldn’t do it either. You can ask them to tag you whenever they want to share photos that involve you. This way you can monitor photos of your baby yourself.
- If someone shares your baby’s photos on Facebook without your approval, ask them expressly to delete them. It is important that your stay the only owner of the rights to these photos.
- Monitor your family. If your teenage son (or daughter) are the ones sharing photos, make sure you have access to their account first, then make it a rule for them not to share any photos of family members, especially of your little one, without your approval.