Texts, emails, posts & pictures—friendly or fiendish? We can count on our children to know far more than we do about technology. With a few simple clicks, they navigate to places beyond the scope of their parents’ imagination—places that may bring them in contact with harmful content, unsafe individuals, and illegal activities. Unfortunately, the law struggles to keep up with these dangers, often keeping pace a step or two behind. This manual gives you the information you need to level the playing field against these dangers by helping you navigate cyberspace’s ever emerging legal landscape.
Summary of Contents
- The Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA) and The Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) Overview
- Creating Responsible Kids on Smartphones
- The Institute to Address Commercial Sexual Exploitation
- Establishing Deliberate Indifference to a Hostile Environment