Just a harmless wefie? Your parent or child might not think so


Sharing photos of your family members online without asking their permission might seem harmless, but there are various ways that it can backfire. Photo: dpa

An unflattering snap of you eating dinner. A silly-faced selfie next to your sleeping daughter.

Sure, you didn’t ask their permission, but think of all the “likes” this would get on Instagram!

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