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10 February 2011 @ 01:23 pm
Writer's Block: Living in the limelight  
Do you think parents should have the right to post public pictures and videos of their children on the Internet? Why or why not?

This question obviously raises a lot of controversy. I'd have to say...absolutely. If you want to share the joys of your own children across the world, then have at it. Your children are pretty much your property (I don't say this lightly, but in a sense...yes...) until they reach legality. Even then, though, they are still yours. Maybe not in a "property" sense, but in a parenting way. Your children are yours, and overused meme is overused. If they don't want you to share pictures and videos of them, they'll say so. If they don't, then feel free to do as you wish. As long as it's not pornography, it's not illegal. Why shouldn't we allow parents the privilege of sharing their pride and joy? And yes, I said privilege. It's not a right. It's a privilege.
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