Basically parents claimed that they weren't overstepping boundaries with what they posted on-line, but their kids felt differently and that some standards should exist for their parents to take heed.
Here's an old but relevant post by a blogger with a large online presence who then made a point to keep her child out of that presence.
Personally, I don't have much of an online presence. Photos I share of my kid are via email or in print, and I always ask the kid before sharing them. A couple of those pictures have ended up in public spaces of the people I share those pictures with, and I've talked to them about taking them down when I found out. On spacefem, I think anonymity gives me looser reigns with what I'm willing to share; it's highly unlikely that the kid will get traced back down the line.I want to share these things with you, but I also need to respect that while I've made decisions in the past about sharing my life online, my son has not made those decisions. If he wants to be an extrovert like his big-mouth mama, he can make that choice for himself someday. I don't want to force the decision on him by sharing his stories online before he's even figured out how to hold up his head.
So, how much or what kinds of things do you share about your kid(s)? What guidelines/boundaries do you employ? How do you balance the support you need as a parent and respecting the privacy of your kid(s)?