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Twin Cities, an anthropologist at Washington University in St. “How embarrassing for you to promote hate and fear,” “As a strong supporter of gun rights,g. crying) Fathers are particularly wary of posting images of children especially daughters that could be interpreted as sexually suggestive And here things get murky because parents however blindly or haphazardly try to anticipate how others will respond to what they share One father we interviewed avoided posting pictures of his daughter at gymnastics where she wore tights Another father said he wouldnt share a picture of his ten-year-old daughter wearing too-short shorts or making a duck lip face He nearly unfriended one of his Facebook friends after that friend made a sexually suggestive comment about a picture the father had posted of his daughter perched on one foot Rather than take the picture down or cut off online contact with his friend the father posted a sarcastic comment in response He injected humor into the conversation while still signaling his disapproval of the friends inappropriate comment This fathers experience underscores the difficulty of trying to control the presentation of a childs identity online Parents can control their own actions but not others actions or reactions This lack of control online frustrates parents just as it does in the classroom or on the playground where they want to have say in what their child learns or how high she climbs on the jungle gym According to the Pew Research Center 57 percent of Facebook users with kids under age 18 strongly dislike when people share pictures of their children on Facebook without permission Rather than brood in silence about their frustrations parents we spoke to used a variety of strategies to address them Preventative approaches included e-mailing announcements to extended family about their preferences for sharing information about children online using different social media sites than the ones they used for themselves to share information about children or creating separate social media profiles for children When problems did arise parents typically decided to laugh them off ignore them (like Christine did with the babysitters picture) or ask people directly to remove the images or information These are promising strategies Yet this research reminds us that while the digital landscape offers new tools to share information it presents parents and children with similar decision-making challenges as the analog world difficulties that never have one-size-fits-all solutions Parents tackle countless daily decisions that affect their children and figuring out what to post on social media may feel trivial But when parents decide what pictures of their children to share or how to describe their childrens mannerisms they shape how the world views their children Confidentiality becomes a real concern especially when sharing information about taboo subjects such as medical crises or mental health issues These disclosures can help parents find social support but they can also compromise the childs privacy Parents may also disagree about how best to manage their childrens lives online Divorce or separation can complicate efforts to negotiate sharing practices One fathers ex-wife preferred not to share information about their child online while he worried that he would never see pictures of their son except during in-person visits Another father who was separated from his childs mother could only see pictures through his fathers Facebook friendship with his ex-partner since she unfriended him This third shift also poses challenges for children who are destined to grow up and develop their own opinions and privacy preferences for social media engagement Though its impossible to know what the social media terrain will look like in a generation recent legislative actions seek to account for these childrens rights One such California law known as the "eraser bill" requires websites to allow children under 18 to delete content they post The movement to pass such measures indicates a growing public appetite to give minors greater autonomy and control over their digital footprints In addition to individual negotiations and government interventions social platforms themselves can help families navigate third shift challenges For example the ability to create shared accounts on social media sites could help parents jointly control privacy settings or manage information Parents could also use "silent tagging" which would store information in a profile that a child could eventually review and decide whether to share more widely online Social media companies that are looking to the future would do well to integrate robust identity management features that help people respond to their already existing online life Todays parents had the chance to shape their own digital footprints while their children will inherit the digital footprints their parents create for them As our social and economic lives increasingly intersect with digital technology we must continue to study the scope and stakes of "third shift" labor for both parents and children Priya Kumar is a program associate with the Ranking Digital Rights project This piece was originally published in New Americas digital magazine The Weekly Wonk Sign up to get it delivered to your inbox each Thursday here and follow @New America on Twitter More from New America Foundation: Contact us at [email protected] IDEAS TIME Ideas hosts the world’s leading voices providing commentary on events in news society and culture We welcome outside contributions Opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of TIME editorsFox has officially named the Independence Day sequel Independence Day Resurgence and released the first photos from the set Jeff Goldblum Liam Hemsworth and Vivica A Fox have all been cast in the sequel to the 1996 blockbuster though star Will Smith will not return It is set to be released in 2016 nearly 20 years after the original broke box office records for the biggest opening of all time (The Lost World: Jurassic Park broke that record one year later extra incentive for Independence Day Resurgence to try to steal Jurassic World‘s new box office milestone) The first image is of a “Moon Tug” a forklift Liam Hemsworth’s character operates on the moon Write to Eliana Dockterman at [email protected] said Justin T Schlepp 26 Devils Lake was arrested after he allegedly broke into the home of the 82-year-old man and his 82-year-old wife in southwest JamestownPolice said the wife heard a loud noise around 4 am She got up but didn’t hear more noise and went to the bathroom While there she saw someone open the bathroom door Thinking it was her husband she returned to bed only to find her husband there sleeping police saidThe wife woke him up told him someone was in the house and called the policeThe husband took his handgun found the intruder in the bathroom and pointed the gun at him telling him to "stay where he was" police saidPolice said Schlepp complied and was arrested without incident Schlepp had broken in through a south doorSchlepp was arrested for criminal trespass a Class C felony and criminal mischief a Class A misdemeanor Schlepp remains in custody at the Stutsman County Corrections CenterA Class C felony is punishable with a maximum of five years in prison and a $5000 fine A Class A misdemeanor is punishable with a maximum of one year in prison and a $2000 fine This article is by the Jamestown Sun of Jamestown NDMicro-blogging platform Twitter yesterday announced that a fresh round of efforts to purge millions of inactive accounts has kick-started Washington Post reports that Twitter would specifically be removing locked accounts from follower counts across profiles globally Also the accounts that Twitter would be purging are locked accounts that the company ‘detected sudden changes in account behaviour’ and the owners didn’t validate their accounts Twitter said that a lot of people would see a change of about 4 followers or fewer but those people with larger follower accounts would experience a more significant drop Prominent people and celebrities have started noticing the drop in followership Top personalities who have stated losing their followership include; Katy Perry the most followed person on Twitter has lost over 2 million Twitter itself has lost a cool 75 million Obama over 2 million and interesting enough Donald Trump has only lost 100000 followers (The names of parents in this article are pseudonyms. and showcases her notorious dancing in a late-night pas de deux with a bare lightbulb.
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