When today's kids enter the job market in 20-something years, would-be employers checking up them may have no trouble finding ... their ultrasound photos. That's because they're leaving a digital trail a mile long, thanks to Mom and Dad. A new study has found that 23% of children had their pre-birth scans posted online. And once those babies leave the womb, things get crazier: 33% have photos uploaded to the Internet from birth; 7% of babies have their very own email address.
Internet security firm AVG, which polled Internet-enabled moms in 10 countries, reports that by age two, 81% of toddlers have some kind of digital footprint.