How ‘right to be forgotten’ could protect kids’ online privacy in the U.S.

Source: Stacey Steinberg, Washington Post (Paid Registration)

I’ve spent much of the past four years researching “sharenting,” or the intersection of a parent’s right to share and a child’s right to control his digital footprint. I’ve explored the legal options that could be available to children who think their parents shared too much, and I’ve set forth best practices that parents might want to consider before sharing about their children online. Yet even for parents with the best of intentions, children might one day come to resent that they shared anything — positive or negative — online.

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