Is it possible and am I just missing it?
- Need to be mindful of adult hypocrisy - i.e. years of "it's dangerous outside" and "don't talk to strangers" leading to panic that kids don't go outside or talk to strangers.
- Little "p" policy (on-the-ground tactics and responses to youth social media activity) more successful than big "P" policy (one-size-fits-all solutions).
- Kids don't rely on technology to provide privacy, but develop content that is obscure/targeted so that even when privacy settings change, meaning remains limited.
- The kids are all right.
Anyone interested in young people and technology should pick up the book!
Seems a bit dystopian to me, not to mention the fact that the High Line will soon be surrounded by highrise buildings that hide it from view (and obscure the view from it).
"In Washington Square Park."
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