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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