Internet Humanity

Amy Salloway’s recent Issues article for The Kernel, in which she discusses her experience after an inappropriate photo was posted online without her knowledge, is a well-written and poised discussion about what it feels like to be humiliated in the virtual world. It is also an important reminder that our online actions can have just […]

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The UK charity NSPCC warns of e-safety ‘timebomb’

The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC), a charity specialising in child protection, has recently noted the increasing danger of Internet safety for children and teens. This uniquely modern threat has now been cited as one of the primary issues faced by young people today. The dangers inherent in children being […]

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