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Let’s Stop Persecuting ‘Auschwitz Selfie Girl’ for Smiling at a Camera

If I saw her partying at the site or trying to diminish the horror and historical importance of what happened there, I would think she was being insensitive, but smiling? Come on, we’re all taught to smile in pictures.

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Big Companies Invest in ‘Smart’ Home Technology

Whether the technology is from Google or any other company, connecting our homes to the so-called "Internet of things" does raise some interesting privacy and security issues.

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Why I Don’t Want to Hear About New Parental Control Products

Controls that block inappropriate content usually work well for young children but not for older ones. Products to monitor Internet or mobile use may be necessary for some kids, but not for most.

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Aspen Task Force Would Take Learning ‘Back to the Future"

Last month the Aspen Institute Task Force on Learning and the Internet released an outstanding report whose title, "Learner at the Center of a Networked World," suggests a radical rethinking of how we approach education.

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Parents Have a Lot to Learn About Mobile Safety, Privacy and Security: From Their Kids

Studies from Pew Research Center and as well as ethnographic research from danah boyd and others have found that kids are far from clueless when it comes to privacy and safety issues.

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