In light of upcoming revisions to Children’s Online Privacy Protection Rule, Jeff Jarvis, the author of Public Parts: How Sharing in the Digital Age Improves the Way We Work and Live, makes an intriguing argument: "Children need to play online, too. They should create and get credit for their creativity. They should be able to establish a relationship with an educational site where they can track their own progress. Technology and the net don’t just present danger; they afford opportunity. But by focusing only on the former, we can risk losing sight of the latter."
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