Social media is a powerful tool that can connect people all over the world. But, as parents we really need to think before we post too much about our children. Obviously our accounts should be set to private, but in addition to that, we should keep details vague in our posts. Pictures for family to see are great, but names, birthdays, locations, etc. don’t need to be there. It puts our children’s privacy, and potential safety, at risk. It’s estimated that by 2030, nearly two-thirds of identity fraud cases will have resulted from sharenting.