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  • Parents are sharing privately over Baby Snap
  • Parents are sharing privately over Baby Snap
    Matt Saunders (2017) ©
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Parents are sharing privately over Baby Snap

In the US, 94% of parents who use Facebook share, post or comment online, but with pictures of kids dominating feeds, ‘sharenting’ is raising concerns over privacy. Enter Baby Snap – an app that lets mums and dads chat and share videos of their tiny tots with other family members.

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