Do Facebook pictures of babies violate their privacy?

An amusing but thought-provoking article describes how a baby has a brain, but not a mind. It does not have agency and has not yet developed personhood. So by posting pictures of a baby on Facebook, are parents violating the baby’s right to privacy, and taking advantage of the baby’s inability to think or communicate? The answer – the concept of violation of privacy does not really start until the individual is able to understand what the violation means. Until then, therefore, the parents have the ethical right to decide for the baby.

Too much baby. NY Times August 5, 2013