In the news this weekend has been Matt Hancock’s decision to suggest a limit, rather like an alcohol limit, for screentime. Essentially I don’t have a problem with guidelines (if they are based on research), helping people understand how they are using technology (the good and the bad habits), and how it’s affecting them (for good […]
This morning I had a chat with UCB Radio, in response to the story that Anne Longfield, the Children’s Commissioner, has been pushing the social media companies to make their terms and conditions a lot clearer, in order to help users (including children) understand better what is happening with their data. A new jargon-busting guide’s being […]
Earlier today, I had a chat with Kelly from UCB Radio, and this interview was featured (including extracts in the news hour) on Paul Hammond’s show, re Facebook introducing tips which can help users not fall for fake news (see Business Insider; Guardian).
[MEDIA] “Schools and parents must work together to protect children online, says Christian social media expert” with @PremierRadio
I had a quick chat with Premier on the News Hour yesterday, regarding this story – which has an interesting set of headlines on: MSN; BBC; Guardian; Telegraph My thoughts pre-interview were: Agree need supportive digital environment, but needs govt, schools, parents, youthgroups, social media companies, etc. to all get involved, and definitely not just rely […]
listen to ‘Discussing ‘Compulsory Worship in Schools’ with Jumoke Fashola on @BBCLondon949’ on audioBoom News story Facebook conversation – excellent range of thoughts there iPlayer Link