Moral panics in the media often suggest that we should worry about how young people use social networks like Facebook. Should young people today and in the future worry more about what their parents are sharing? It’s common to see baby pictures on Facebook only hours after a new baby is birth, often preceded by ultrasound photos and videos. Will kids have to inherent a long Facebook history when they turn 13 and can sign up themselves? And what steps should parents take today to ensure kids have the chance to fashion their own identity online as they grow up?