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Surveillance Capitalism: A New Economy

You know there’s something wrong when you realize our reality resembles a famous dystopian novel. George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four, published in 1949, was a hugely successful piece of diction that depicted a world rife with war, omnipresent government surveillance, and propaganda. It’s an unsettling look at the exploitation and destruction of the individual, but what’s […]

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Privacy and Security Are Not The Same

In a technological age dominated by the power of data, digital security and privacy have become a huge issue. Our data and information are constantly under threat, oftentimes without our knowing. But, we look over privacy agreements that seem safe. We read promises that our data is protected and will not be sold to third […]

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Childcare Organizations Happiness in Digital Age

Running a childcare organization can be a chaotic business at the best of times. The day-to-day goings-on would not function as efficiently without the support from parents and communities surrounding them. Good quality, efficient collaborative communication is key. But how best can a childcare provider make use of such resources in this truly digital age? […]

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Facebook Admits Users Have No Privacy

If you ever thought that you had privacy on Facebook, you now have definitive proof that you absolutely do not. Facebook’s lawyers bluntly stated in a hearing from the lawsuit over Cambridge Analytica’s possession of Facebook user data that users cannot expect privacy on Facebook because it simply does not exist. Don’t let the privacy […]

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The Secret Endangered Species

There’s an endangered species out there that are rapidly going extinct: privacy. Around the world, specimens are falling dead on site. Recovering this endangered species is nearly impossible at the rate we are going. By age 2, 90 percent of children have been featured on social media. Our children don’t get a fighting chance to […]

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Teaching the Digital Generation

Keeping kids on-task, responsible, and confident Kids who are in school now are the first of many digital generations to come. Teachers today face many different challenges than those who came before them. They must compete for attention, and it can be a disappointingly losing battle against the shiny, glittery, all-engrossing smartphones. And, they must […]

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