OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) — While we often hear parents caution their children about safety, this time the tables are turned. In a New York Times video op-ed above, three children confront their mothers about "sharenting." They are members of the first generation whose entire life could be documented on social media. It's a generation that's savvy in the digital world and concerned about what parents post online.
To understand more about how sharenting may impact younger generations, Anchor Jennifer Griswold sat down with Nebraska Medicine Child Psychiatrist Dr. Howard Liu.