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Fueling the nervousness of fogeys like Ms. Murray is a doomsday scenario: a predator finds photos of a cute child on the Internet, figures out where the kid lives or goes to high school and snatches him.

Gretchen White, a blogger from Westminster, Colo., found a younger lady on MySpace passing off pictures of her child as her own. It seems she had faked a pregnancy online and needed a baby to point out for it,” Mrs. White said, but decided as an alternative to brand all her photos with a watermark of her blog's URL, an increasingly widespread tactic for mommy bloggers. More Articles in Fashion & Type » A model of this text appeared in print on October 25, 2009, on page ST1 of the New York edition.

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Based on a Flickr spokeswoman, young teenage girls in Brazil were copying children's footage from the photograph-sharing site to create paper doll” profiles, then giving one another sexy” ratings relying on the standard of their work.