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Research finds that hacking and online theft among teenagers is widespread, but mostly harmless. (Should We Encourage Our Kids to Spend Their Teenage Years as Cyber Deviants?
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Youth-activism in stop-and-frisk utilize the arts and technology to shape the common narrative.
tAs a protective measure, Facebook will warn minors opting to be more open that they are exposing themselves to a broader audience.
Tracking our own behaviours and preferences is a 21st-century phenomenon that is apparently booming, driven by social media and the growing influence of the so-called digital generation.
The relaxed standards also may spur teens to spend more time on Facebook instead of other services, such as Snapchat, that are becoming more popular hangouts among younger people. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, though, says that the company’s internal data shows its social network remains a magnet for teens.
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