Mother and daughter – Lessons learnt the hard way!

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In an attempt to show her daughter how quickly a picture can spread over the internet, one mum’s “lesson” quickly backfired.

Kira Hudson posted a picture of her daughter, Amia, on Facebook holding a sign dated 18/03/14, saying, “Mum is trying to show me how many people can see a picture once it’s on the internet,” WHNT reports.

Mother shames daughter on the internet, teaches herself a lesson.

About Renata Rowe

Deputy Head of Campus/Head of Secondary, Ivanhoe Grammar School, Plenty Campus This blog is the School's way of helping our parents and teachers understand and experience the cyber world that their children live in. We post stories about the latest cyber safety issues, and the latest social mediums that their children and teens might be using. We believe that teaching children and teens to be good Digital Citizen from a young age will protect them and their reputations. Our parents have been delighted and have subscribed so that they can receive our updates - we post about once or twice a week. So subscribe - its easy to do, just enter your email address in the box in the top righthand corner of the home page and posts will automatically be delivered to you.
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1 Response to Mother and daughter – Lessons learnt the hard way!

  1. Karin says:

    oh dear! Sometimes the immigrants (our generation of adults) need to do a bit more research! I think our kids (digital natives) have it over us! I don’t think shaming ever works. Education and dialogue is far more effective. What if mother and daughter had done the experiment together without shaming or using an identifiable photo?. Maybe the message would have been much better received!

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