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Digital safety 2019: The new ‘middle layer’ of user care (Part 2)

Net Family News - January 07, 2019 4419

Part 1 of this series was 2018 highlights. Now it’s time to shine light on some interesting ideas and developments that people have surfaced for a better Internet in 2019 and beyond. We’ll look at a new middle layer of user care that’s being discussed by some – and gradually being built out, little by […]


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Digital safety, wellbeing: 2018 highlights (Part 1)

Net Family News - December 27, 2018 3814

This may not be the Internet safety look-back on 2018 you’d expect, what with all the news about data breaches, “fake news,” “tech addiction,” algorithmic bias, election manipulation, hate speech, etc., etc. Not a pretty picture. But it’s also not the whole picture. By definition, the news reports airline crashes, not safe landings. But even […]


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Tweens are smart about smartphones: Study

Net Family News - November 20, 2018 1790

Everything about this study is smart — the 10-14 year-old respondents (average age 11), what the authors are modeling for pediatricians and parents, and the tweens’ answers. For example, when asked what age kids should be given mobile phones, one answer was: “It’s not an age. I think it’s more of a maturity thing,” said […]


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So where are we with ‘digital citizenship’ now?

Net Family News - November 02, 2018 788

So where are we with ‘digital citizenship’ now? by Anne on November 2, 2018 Youth & family panel at Facebook’s S. Asia Safety Summit Oct. 29, 2018: YLAC co-founder Aparajita Bharti 4th from left (photo courtesy of Cindy Southworth of NNEDV.org) This week I had the privilege of participating in a panel discussion in Delhi at Facebook’s South Asia Safety Summit with (Young Leaders for Active Citizenship). YLAC works “to increase the participation of young people in the democratic process and build their capacity to lead change,” using social media as their platform.