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danah boyd discusses two issues that were raised in a recent report by the Pew Internet and American Life project and the Berkman Center for Internet & Society Youth and Media project. “Teens, Social Media, and Privacy” shows that race is a factor in differences in teen social media use, and teens are quite savvy about privacy choices.
In this post, danah boyd says, “the advice that children need to negotiate networked publics parallels advice that parents have always given when their children encounter public spaces.” Originally written for a new website, A Platform for Good, Dr. boyd provides insight from her research that examines the intersection of technology, society, and youth culture.
Much to my happiness, the internets are in a frenzy about the “Stop Online Piracy Act” (aka SOPA).
Earlier this week, the Wall Street Journal posted excerpts from a debate between me, Stewart Baker, Jeff Jarvis, and Chris Soghoian on privacy. In preparation for the piece, they had us respond to a series of questions. Here are the questions that I was asked and my responses.
danah boyd discusses a new article she and her colleagues recently published on children’s use of social media, and the effect of the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act on the kids and their parents.
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