The Week in Online Safety, April 9, 2012


The Week in Online Safety, April 9, 2012
A weekly global roundup of online safety news, policy developments, research, and influence

News
U.K. –  Teachers warn of online threats from pupils, BBC News, Apr. 6, 2012
U.S. – Backpage: Is it possible to rid the online classified site of child trafficking without shuttering its adult section?, Salon, Mar. 24, 2012
U.S. –  Rumors of violence, spread by social media, weigh on teens, schools, Kansas City Star, Apr. 8, 2012
U.K. –  Children becoming addicted to video game fantasy worlds, teachers warn, The Guardian, Apr. 3, 2012

Policy: Legislative, Regulatory, & Legal Developments
U.S. – States struggle with appropriate cyber bullying laws, eSchool News, Apr. 6, 2012
U.S. –  Arizona lawmakers to review cyberbullying bill over free speech concerns, Associated Press, Apr. 8, 2012
U.S. –  New York Moves To Ban Sex Offenders From Online Gaming Networks, CBS News, Apr. 5, 2012
U.K. –  Lords bill demands ISPs and device makers block porn, PC Pro, Apr. 5, 2012

Research
U.K. –  Teachers report widespread cyberbullying by pupils and parents, The Guardian, Apr. 6, 2012

Advocates
U.S. –  How Many Teens are Actually Involved in Cyberbullying?, Justin Patchin, Cyberbullying Research Center, Apr. 4, 2012
U.S. –  How & Why the Press Sometimes “Sells Digital Fear”, Adam Thierer, Apr. 6, 2012
U.S. – How schools deal with cyberbullying, Anne Collier, Apr. 6, 2012

— Compiled by David Burt, CISSP, CIPP

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