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Privacy, security fears push influencers to not post their kids online

During the early months of the coronavirus pandemic, Kodye Elyse started posting what she described as “normal mom quarantine content” on TikTok.  Kodye Elyse, a cosmetic tattoo artist, said she “really wasn’t on social media” before then, so she barely had any followers. Because her videos weren’t getting many views, she felt it “wasn’t a …