xx, 299 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Information technology & law series ; 24. 1570-2782.
Formatted Contents Note
Regulating online child safety: introduction / Bibi van den Berg Children's rights online: dilemmas and emerging directions / Sonia Livingstone and Brian O'Neill A framework for responding to online safety risks / Adam Thierer Colouring inside the lines: using technology to regulate children's behaviour online / Bibi van den Berg Safety by literacy? Rethinking the role of digital skills in improving online safety / Nathalie Sonck and Jos de Haan Taking risks on the World Wide Web: the impact of families and societies on adolescents' risky online behavior / Natascha Notten No child's play: online data protection for children / Simone van der Hof The right to privacy for children on the internet: new developments in the case law of the European Court of Human Rights / Marga M. Groothuis Online social networks and young people's privacy protection: the role of the right to be forgotten / Rachele Sprenkels and Cécile De Terwangne Follow the children! Advergames and the enactment of children's consumer identity / Isolde Sprenkels and Irma van der Ploeg Children and peer-to-peer risks in social networks: regulating, empowering or a little bit of both? / Eva Lievens On technology against cyberbullying / Janneke M. van der Zwaan, Virginia Dignum, Catholijn M. Jonker and Simone van der Hof Violent video games and cyberbullying: why education is better than regulation / Sarah Genner Addressing cyberbullying using a multi-stakeholder approach: the Flemish case / Heidi Vandebosch Regulating online sexual solicitation: towards evidence-based policy and regulation / Leontien M. van der Knaap and Colette M.K.C. Cuijpers Protecting children from the risk of harm? A critical review of the law's response(s) to online child sexual grooming in England and Wales / Jamie-Lee Mooney.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references.
K564.C6 M56 2014
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