Mom Debate: Is it okay for parents to upload a video of their child on YouTube?
"Thanks to YouTube, our family members who live 3,000 miles away can see our baby as he grows and watch his big "firsts." I'm thankful it's possible to share these memories with them." --Julie Walworth, Norwood, MA
"People send their videos in to America's Funniest Home Videos. The only difference is that you don't win money on YouTube." --Tori Pafford, Melbourne, FL
"I posted a video of my 2-year-old doing a hilarious dance to a hip-hop video. It's just grainy enough so you can't see his face clearly." --Christina Guyette, Massena, NY
"Videos of kids should be kept private, no matter how innocent they are. If you want to share videos with family and friends, put them on DVDs and send them in the mail." --Lauren Monahan, Saylorsburg, PA
"Whenever I'm tempted to post a video, I remember that YouTube is international, and that there are plenty of perverts out there who look for videos and images of children." --Teresity Maxey, Greensboro, NC
"If people don't want their kids to be kidnapped or molested, that's exactly what they could be leading to by putting them on YouTube!" --Brittany Ross, Cincinnati
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