Children’s Privacy: Nearly three-quarters of Gen Z kids wish you’d asked them before posting

A survey of Gen Z respondents and Gen Z parents conducted by security companies 1Password and Malwarebytes found 84% of Gen Z individuals said they would raise kids differently than their parents with regards to internet use and privacy protection. Privacy concerns reported included that 79% of parents had posted images, videos or personal information about the kids online, and 73% of Gen Zers wished their parents would have asked permission before doing so.

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