S1 E5: The case for giving your kids more freedom online

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07-04-2022 • 30 mins

Every parent is forced to make tough choices about how much freedom to give their child online. How do you decide what the limits are? And what's the right level of risk?

In this episode, hosts Taylor Owen and Nicole Edwards set out to find out just how worried we should be about teens' online safety. Two experts in children's digital rights weigh in. Sonia Livingstone, author and professor of social psychology at the London School of Economics, makes the case for giving kids more freedom online. Valerie Steeves, professor of criminology at the University of Ottawa, argues that we should be more concerned about data collection than security.

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Read more research and insight from the eQuality Project, which Valerie Steeves co-leads:

https://www.equalityproject.ca/

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