Use commas in compound sentences. Do not use apostrophes to make plurals.
The year is 2050, and identifying software has progressed to the point where no passports or IDs are necessary. Your parents were the only ones with the foresight never to upload an image of you to the internet, and so you are the only anonymous person on the planet.
In the last sentence of the original, the words and as such don’t belong. The writer wants them to refer to the POV character, but they actually refers to the parents, and that makes no sense.
I moved the adverb (it’s an adverb — run for your lives! *sarcastic grin*) never because doing so makes the sentence flow more smoothly, not because I’m rabid about avoiding split infinitives.
I don’t believe only one couple in all the world would have refrained from putting pictures of their kid online. Maybe the POV character doesn’t know of anyone else with true anonymity, but they’d have to exist somewhere. Also, merely not having your photograph on the internet wouldn’t make you anonymous; it would simply make you untraceable by the identifying software.