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Ethics Issues about Media & Technology

The issue is that some people are releasing videos of thier kids doing things that apear cute at this time, but may follow the children for years.  With youtube and facebook it doesn't take long for funny or interesting things to spread.  The question is what kind of boundaries should individual follow. 

I think that if parents want to post something on facebook so that family can see thier children that is fine.  I don't see any reason for them to post onto other sites that don't have any regulation on who can view photographs or videos.  Even if videos put on sites that millions view, I don't think that it will follow many of them for years since they are young and won't be recognized in a few years. 

http://www.globalethics.org/newsline/2011/04/04/tech-ethics-9/


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