Are we selling out our kids’ futures in exchange for a few extra likes? (I’m not judging, just asking.) The collection of data about our children can start even before they’re born. A new “report calculates that by the time a kid turns 18, there will be 70,000 posts about them on the internet. The report calls on parents and schools to examine the type of gadgets children play with, like smart speakers, wifi-powered toys, and gaming apps, all of which are collecting data on kids. It also recommends that local governments start pressuring big tech for answers about surveillance and data collection.” Vox: Big tech has your kid’s data — and you probably gave it to them. (If the posts I see on Facebook are any indication, big tech probably thinks your kids are a lot more agreeable than they really are…)