Are we still ‘Amusing Ourselves to Death’ and if so, at what cost to children?

Marion Oswald

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Abstract

Marion Oswald Senior Fellow at The Centre for Information Rights, University of Winchester contributes to the blog, examining the British and Irish Law Education and Technology Association (BILETA) consultation run by The Centre of Information Rights. The consultation took place on the 7 June 2017 and concerned the impact of broadcast and social media on the privacy and best interests of young children.
Original languageEnglish
JournalInformation Law and Policy Centre blog
Publication statusPublished - 16 Aug 2017

Keywords

  • Children
  • privacy
  • digital media
  • social media

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Oswald, M. (2017). Are we still ‘Amusing Ourselves to Death’ and if so, at what cost to children? Information Law and Policy Centre blog.
Oswald, Marion. / Are we still ‘Amusing Ourselves to Death’ and if so, at what cost to children?. In: Information Law and Policy Centre blog. 2017.
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