Assam Police’s AI-generated images serve as a cautionary message to parents about the risks of oversharing children’s information on social media.
Sharing Too Much Information Online Has Its Risks
Assam Police, a law enforcement agency for the state of Assam in India, has taken a proactive step to raise awareness about the potential risks of sharing too much information about children on social media.
Using AI to Demonstrate Its Power
In a creative initiative, they have used AI-generated images to caution parents against the practice, earning praise from social media users.
A Cautionary Message to Parents
On Saturday, Assam Police shared a series of AI-generated images on their social media platforms as a cautionary message to parents.
Don’t Be a ‘Sharent’ They Warn
The images were accompanied by a powerful statement: “Likes fade, but the digital scars remain. Shield your child from the perils of Sharenting. Be mindful of what you share about your child on Social Media. #DontBeASharent.”
Social Media, the Culprit Again
The term “Sharenting” refers to the habit of parents oversharing information about their children on social media platforms.
Dangers of Oversharing
Assam Police want to highlight the potential dangers of this practice, emphasizing the long-lasting impact it can have on a child’s privacy and safety.
The Tool Being Used By Criminals
Midjourney, a popular AI image generator similar to ChatGPT, has come under scrutiny after an investigation by the Times revealed that some users are creating inappropriate images of children, women, and celebrities.
Popular for Explicit Content
The recent software update of Midjourney, which enhances the photorealism of its output, has further increased its popularity among those seeking explicit content, especially pedophiles.
The Widespread Appreciation It Received
The Assam Police’s campaign received widespread appreciation and commendation from social media users. Many users agreed with the message and thanked the Police for addressing this sensitive issue.
One user commented, “I agree. Thank you for touching the sensitive use.”
Destroying Their Kids Without Knowing
Another Twitter user acknowledged the campaign’s significance: “The need of the hour. So many parents indulge in this and virtually destroy the kid’s childhood.”
A Topic That Deserves Attention
A third user praised the concept and execution of the campaign, remarking, “I don’t remember the last time I was this impressed by a police account’s campaign.
Absolutely brilliant concept and execution – on a topic that deserves attention. Beautiful work, @assampolice & team! I hope this campaign gets the awards and coverage it rightfully deserves.”
The Need for Cybersecurity Awareness
This is not the first time Assam Police has taken innovative measures to raise awareness about cybersecurity.
The Importance of Cyber Safety
Earlier, they shared AI-created images of Bollywood-inspired cybercriminals as part of their campaign to educate people about the importance of cyber safety.
The Risks Children Face on Social Media
Assam Police’s use of AI-generated images is a poignant reminder to parents about the potential risks associated with oversharing information about their children on social media.
Promoting the hashtag #DontBeASharent encourages parents to be mindful of what they share online and safeguard their children’s privacy and security.
The positive reception of their campaign highlights the importance of addressing this issue and creating awareness around responsible social media usage.
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