Digital child protection is not censorship
The Privacy Advisor
The digital revolution unleashed many good things on our world, but like most human inventions, digital products have been a mixed blessing. While we now have access to information, communication and shopping services that would have been the stuff of science fiction several decades ago, we must also reckon with the dark lining of the internet's silver cloud. These new problems include misinformation and disinformation, cyber-abuse, nonconsensual pornography, addictive technology products, and an unprecedented mental health crisis among children and young people.
Privacy, Social Media, Children, Censorship, Digital Privacy, Mental Health
Neil M. Richards and Oliver Khairallah, Digital Child Protection is Not Censorship, The Privacy Advisor (June 15, 2023), https://iapp.org/news/a/digital-child-protection-is-not-censorship/
Richards, Neil M. and Khairallah, Oliver, "Digital child protection is not censorship" (2023). Scholarship@WashULaw. 147.