Efforts to protect children online face many challenges

05/18/2011 | KQED.org

The writer of this blog post considers the role of parents, schools, private companies and government entities in protecting children from online dangers. Proposed legislation under consideration in California would extend privacy protections to all users, including those younger than 18, but many social-networking companies say the bill goes too far and impinges First Amendment rights. Efforts to update federal Internet laws face similar challenges over who needs protection, and whether parents should have access to their children's online accounts.

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