New Common Sense Report Puts Privacy in Practice

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The privacy landscape facing kids and families is constantly evolving. Rapid changes in media and technology offer tremendous opportunity as well as significant challenges. We all must pay greater attention to the privacy and security implications of technology with regard to kids. That's why Common Sense Media has released a new report: Inside the Kids' Privacy Zone: What Parents and Policymakers Need to Know to Keep Kids Safe and Smart Online.

This report examines five pressing privacy developments:

  1. Smart toys and smart homes
  2. Virtual and augmented reality
  3. Digital citizenship
  4. Targeted ads
  5. Edtech

By examining some of the challenges and opportunities young people face today, Common Sense Media hopes to help parents and policymakers develop common sense solutions that work for families and for our nation.

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