Is there a place for joy in education, and education technology today? Remember joy? Khoi Vinh gave a swift, if localized answer to this question. […]
Older children would be protected by the same online privacy laws that apply to younger kids, under a bipartisan bill introduced in the U.S. House […]
In the era of YouTube, Fortnite, and Snapchat, does one of the main federal laws protecting online privacy for kids under 13 need a makeover?
By Charles Sosnik Remember when Sergey Brin and Larry Page, the founders of Google, went public in 2004? I remember thinking that the initial […]
States and districts should create comprehensive data inventories and adopt clear retention and deletion policies, recommends the Center for Democracy & Technology.
Cross-posted on the K-12 Cybersecurity Resource Center blog: https://k12cybersecure.com/. As quoted in: Moore, E.K. “The Information on School Websites Is Not as Safe as You […]
Advertising can be a valuable service for companies, as well as consumers, as long as the playing field is level. But practices that prove to […]
The Scholastic Corporation was founded in 1920. Across the United States, kids and families regularly come into contact with Scholastic marketing and sales within public […]
Users who signed up to Twitter before they were 13 years old appear to be losing access to their accounts, raising questions for parents, schools, […]
As quoted in: Herold, Benjamin. “Thousands of Android Mobile Apps Improperly Track Children, Study Says.” Education Week. 13 April 2018. “This [“‘Won’t Somebody Think of […]
More than half of 5,855 Android apps in the 'Designed for Families' section of the Google Play store potentially violated COPPA, a team of computer-science […]
"Messenger Kids" will let children video chat with parent-approved contacts, but the app is raising concerns about data-privacy and social-media use by young children.