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Why aren't there any legal protections for the children of influencers?

By Jessica Maddox, Assistant Professor of Journalism and Creative Media, University of Alabama
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When it comes to sharing content of children on social media – particularly via sponsored posts and brand deals – what’s legal isn’t always what’s ethical.

Influencer Brittany Dawn, who initially gained a following for her fitness workouts before pivoting to religious content, recently came under fire for monetizing her foster child on social media.…The Conversation

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