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Are parents guilty of oversharing information and photographs of their children online?

Published on Mar 9, 2013 1:00 PM
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Mrs Meiling Wong-Chainani, (bottom right), freelance writer and blogger, with husband Mr Tarun Chainani, (top left), business director and children Kyana (bottom left) and Krysh (centre) in a family trip to Legoland, Malaysia. Krysh Chainani was uncomfortable about his mother wanting to post on her blog, Universal Scribbles, something that happened to him. -- PHOTO: MRS MEILING WONG-CHAINANI FOR UNIVERSAL SCRIBBLES BLOG

Eight-year-old Krysh Chainani was uncomfortable about his mother wanting to post on her blog, Universal Scribbles, something that happened to him.

"I don't need the whole world to know," says Krysh.

He is the elder of two children of freelance writer Meiling Wong-Chainani and business director Tarun Chainani, both 41.

The mishap did not make it online because he requested privacy. It happened last year when he was playing spy with his friends. He had accidentally lodged a piece of magnet too deep into his ear.

 
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