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"Sharenting" - where parents share personal information about their children on social media - is the "weakest link" in risking online fraud and identity theft, warns Barclays.
The bank says parents are compromising their children's future financial security with so much online sharing.
Barclays forecasts by 2030 it could cost almost £670m in online fraud.
The bank's security specialists say social media means identity fraud has "never been easier".
Barclays is warning that parents might be "lulled into a false sense of security" and fail to realise they are making their children "fraud targets" in the future, by publishing so much personal information which will remain online.