What Next, In Utero Skype?

A survey by anti-virus maker AVG found that the average age in which children have an online presence is six months, mostly because of parents posting or sharing photos of their babies, though 23% of parents start the process pre-birth by uploading the kid-to-be’s sonogram. The survey also found that 7% of babies have an email address at birth. And of those, 98% have received ads for V!agra, 76% have been asked to confirm their bank login information, and 47% have gotten an email from a friend who’s stranded in London after having had his wallet stolen asking them to send money immediately.

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