Research + News | Topic: Digital Footprint
Nov 22, 2017
Germany Bans Kids’ Smartwatches That Can Be Used For Eavesdropping
A German regulator has banned domestic sales of children’s smartwatches that have a listening function — warning that parents have been using the devices to secretly eavesdrop on teachers at their kids’ school. Read the article here.
Aug 22, 2017
College Grads Have Nothing To Hide From Employers On Social Media
A few even think of their followings as an asset to employers. Read the article here.
Jul 27, 2017
Over 1/3 Of Millennials In Relationships Spy On Partners’ Digital Correspondence
Devices—and their contents—are a new path to breakups. Read the report here.
Jul 24, 2017
Kids’ Privacy Zone
A report from Common Sense Media that examines five pressing privacy developments related to kids, media and technology. Access the report here.
Jul 13, 2017
Talk To Your Teenager About Digital Literacy
Many young people have not yet fully grasped that what they share online can derail their future. Read the article here.
Jun 12, 2017
9 Ways To Help Teens Manage Their Social Media Footprint
As parents, there are plenty of ways we can encourage them to make better decisions online, not to mention, IRL (in real life). Read the article here.
Jun 12, 2017
Teens And Texts: Suicide Case Exposes Risks Of Meessaging
Teens face particular vulnerabilities when communicating via text message, experts say. Read the article here.
May 3, 2017
The Dangers of Talking Teddy Bears and Toasters
With the rise of connected devices such as TVs and toy dolls, Common Sense Kids would like ensure that “smart” devices meet basic security and privacy requirements. Read the article here.
Apr 26, 2017
What Is ‘Brain Hacking’? Tech Insiders On Why You Should Care
Silicon Valley is engineering your phone, apps and social media to get you hooked, says a former Google product manager. Read the article here.
Nov 3, 2016
Do Parents Invade Children’s Privacy When They Post Photos Online?
Children’s photos that parents have posted online have ended up in advertisements and on pornography sites.
Read the article from NPR here.