A Whole New (Child Privacy) World
Children today increasingly explore their identities and learn about the world online. In a rapidly evolving digital environment, conventional means of empowering and protecting children are no longer sufficient. Our systems and policies must evolve alongside the digital transformation to preserve children's privacy rights online. Panelists will discuss existing and emerging global child privacy protection policies and strategies, key considerations for the public and private sectors, and the need to equip children with digital literacy and citizenship skills.
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- Attendees will leave with an understanding of the unique risks and opportunities that children around the world face online.
- Attendees will gain ideas on how to better protect child privacy in their roles, whether through product design or digital citizenship curriculum.
- Sonia Livingstone, Professor of Social Psychology, Department of Media and Communications, London School of Economics and Political Science
- Pascale Raulin-Serrier, Coordinator, International Digital Education Working Group; Senior Advisor, Digital Education Unit, French Data Protection Authority (CNIL)
- Sookjung Lee, Associate Professor, School of Media and Communication, Chung-Ang University
- Jasmine Park, Policy Fellow, Youth and Education Privacy, Future of Privacy Forum
Jasmine Park, Policy Fellow, Youth And Education Privacy, Future of Privacy Forum