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Top 5 questions about creativity & copyright

August 17, 2018

1. What’s protected by copyright and what isn’t? The U.S. Copyright Office says that copyright “protects original works of authorship including literary, dramatic,

The Educator’s Guide to Creativity & Copyright

August 15, 2018

Now that our students are creating and remixing audio, video, text and images to “show what they know” it is essential that they are doing all of this with a clear understanding of their own rights and the rights of other creators or owners of content.

Sexting, Sextortion and Revenge Porn

August 14, 2018

Tips and advice Tips for Dealing with Teen Sexting Advice on Sexting, Sextortion and Revenge Porn FAQ on ‘Sexting’ and ‘Sextortion Articles: Panic over teen sexting is

Survey shows adults lack trust in social media

June 29, 2018

It’s been obvious for awhile that we’re starting to experience a tech backlash, with an increasing number of people expressing skepticism over whether our devices and social media are doing us harm. Some of this skepticism can be healthy when, for example, it leads to people tightening up their privacy settings or putting down their phones and stepping away from their computers for quality time with friends and family. But, as a couple of recent surveys have found, it’s also starting to cause people to think more about regulating technology companies.

The good and bad of location sharing

June 22, 2018

Two recent news stories about cell phone location services recently caught my eye. One was a positive development and the other quite negative, until it was at least partially fixed.
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