92 Percent of Babies in U.S. Have An Online Presence
Ninety-two percent of American children, under the age of two, have an online presence according to a new study from Internet security firm AVG. Often, photos of babies are uploaded and shared on sites like Facebook with the child’s full name, birth date and even mother’s maiden name. AVG warns that this information could lead to identity theft later in a child’s life.

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