字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント I'm Lucy. I'm 7 years old and my mom posts pictures of me. on Insta– online. I'm Elmer, I'm 18 years old. My mom shares too much about me online. I'm Zoya. I'm 16 years old and my mom shares my whole life. If you're going to be so worked up about it then I'll take it down. But I don't agree with you, just for the record. Why are we here today? To talk about the photos. Yes. Let me show you a few. This. What's the big deal? I think you look so cute. And it was a nice moment. What's wrong with it? Yeah because you didn't ask. I also think of it as connecting to other people that I know in real life. You know, like just think, like Abu and grandpa? How else do they know about you guys, except to see you there? You can call and FaceTime. You can – You can do many other stuff to see them instead of through social media. Yeah, that's true. That's a really good point. By age 5 the average kid has 1,500 photos of them online. Technically yes. It's a photo where I'm shirtless and I'm not ready for a photo. All it takes is one person and one hack and there goes all your privacy. Remember when I was getting my debit card? No, I know you didn't, but it was like the ... By 2030 parents sharing about their kids online will account to two-thirds of identity fraud. What is everybody so worried about? The sauce-on-the-face photo like what is it going to do that is like wrecking everybody's life in their imagination? I think the sauce-on-the-face photo ... that's just an embarrassing photo, but you know the photo of me in a bathing suit ... Someone out there could look at my body and think something of me that I wouldn't want them to think. But you go on the beach in those clothes, and strangers could take photos of you on the beach and do what they want with those photos. But you're my parent, you're my mom ... Right. Yeah, I would think about that. Yeah. You would? So now you would say that you would consider ... I would maybe. Not really. Unless we stop taking vacations together, and stop having good times together, that it would actually, honestly would be depressing, if I couldn't document it for Insta. If it's not on Insta, it didn't even happen. You really feel that way? Yeah because ... yeah. Yeah. Do you think kids should have veto power, the ability to say, please take that down. You have to. I absolutely think that kids should have veto power. And again, it's because of how aware I am of the implications of the digital footprint that I say that. Some facts: In France, kids can sue their parents for sharing too much about them. I mean, I would. What should I say? They just don't know what they're doing, France. If I'd asked you about that picture would you be O.K. if I posted it? Uh, Yes. Oh, really? So it's actually, about the asking not about the picture itself. Uh-huh. Posting any private information or anything online should be my call. I really try to limit the amount of things I aggravate you with. And if a photo or an upload is causing so much aggravation, is it worth it? It's probably not. So I understand where you're coming from.