Parent24 recently published an article - Think twice before posting pictures of other people’s children online - which caught the attention of many of our readers.
One mom, Kelly, wrote to us to share that she and her husband are "firm believers" in not posting any information about their children online.
"I never use their photos for profile images either, as I believe it is our responsibility to protect them for as long as we can," she wrote.
"When they are old enough to understand the consequences of using social media and the repercussions it can have on their futures, then they can choose to have social media or not."
She explains how they chose not to give consent to the school to use their images and asked all family and friends not to post pictures of the children on any social media platforms.
However, Kelly explains: "I have one friend who keeps posting pictures of them. I asked her to take the pictures down and she said she would, however, she recently posted pictures and videos of them again to Facebook. And is yet to take any of their previous pictures down."
"How do I get through to her to respect our wishes as parents and my kids' rights without ruining the friendship?" Kelly asked us.