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    How to Raise Media-Savvy Kids in the Digital Age

    How to Raise Media-Savvy Kids in the Digital Age

    This story is part of a series on parenting—from surveilling our teens to helping our kids navigate fake news and misinformation. What does it mean for a kid to be media literate? It sounds generally positive and important, like a good dental checkup or a flawless report card. The field is broad and definitions vary, but the main thrust of literacy education is to prepare our children to be adept at accessing, creating, and thinking critically about all types of media.

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    The UN Warns Against the Global Threat to Election Integrity

    The UN Warns Against the Global Threat to Election Integrity

    A new United Nations-sponsored report offers one of the most comprehensive overviews of the challenges to global electoral integrity posed by the onslaught of misinformation, online extremism, and social media manipulation campaigns, and calls for a series of reforms from platforms, politicians, and international governing bodies.

    • 5 Min.
    PopSockets Asks Congress to Rein in Big Tech

    PopSockets Asks Congress to Rein in Big Tech

    David Barnett, a former philosophy professor and the founder and CEO of PopSockets, says his interactions with Amazon have often amounted to “bullying with a smile.” Like many companies, PopSockets, which makes a popular plastic grip that can be attached to smartphones, discovered several years ago counterfeit versions of its products available for sale on Amazon.

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    Microsoft Looms Over the Privacy Debate in Its Home State

    Microsoft Looms Over the Privacy Debate in Its Home State

    Two Microsoft employees sat opposite one another in a Washington State Senate hearing room last Wednesday. Ryan Harkins, the company’s senior director of public policy, spoke in support of a proposed law that would regulate government use of facial recognition. “We would applaud the committee and all of the bill sponsors for all of their work to tackle this important issue,” he said.

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    Now Stores Must Tell You How They're Tracking Your Every Move

    Now Stores Must Tell You How They're Tracking Your Every Move

    To anyone with eyes in their kneecaps, the notice outside gadget retailer B8ta’s glossy store next to San Francisco’s new NBA arena is obvious. “We care about your privacy,” the small plaque proclaims, offering a web address and QR code.

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    Worried About Privacy at Home? There's an AI for That

    Worried About Privacy at Home? There's an AI for That

    Alexa, are you eavesdropping on me? I passive-aggressively ask my Amazon Echo this question every so often. Because as useful as AI has become, it's also very creepy. It's usually cloud-based, so it's often sending snippets of audio—or pictures from devices like “smart” doorbells—out to the internet. And this, of course, produces privacy nightmares, as when Amazon or Google subcontractors sit around listening to our audio snippets or hackers remotely spy on our kids.

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