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Tech & media intelligence-gathering in Sydney

“Intelligence” is the word that has come to mind most frequently as I’ve participated in conversation after conversation with Australians about kids in digital media over the past 10 days. Here’s just a sampler of examples: “Cybersafety education saturation”: A government is really “hearing” young citizens in Australia. Rosalie O’Neale of the Australian Communications & […]

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Australian teen panelists on social media: Meaty insights

My visit to Australia for the World Congress on Family Law & Children’s Rights has been rich in hospitality and insight – I’ve had the privilege of talking with people in government, online-safety advocacy, industry, school (students!), primary and secondary education, research, of course many parents and grandparents, and even “Australia’s Dr. Phil,” as Michael […]

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