Amy Webb's 'We Post Nothing About Our Daughter Online'

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Rhetorical Analysis Hook. Background. Amy Webb discusses the security of online data by focusing on her friends and their child “Kate” as well as her decisions with her husband about what to post and what not to post about their own daughter. In the article “We Post Nothing about Our Daughter Online” by Amy Webb, the author cleverly uses labeling, pathos, and rhetorical analogies to argue her opinion that parents should not post personal information about their kids on social media. To begin with, Amy Webb uses the slanted device called labeling to persuade the audience of her opinion by getting them into her mindset. The author has a negative attitude toward parents sharing photos and personally identifying information of children on social

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