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    Children’s digital playgrounds as data assemblages: Problematics of privacy, personalization, and promotional culture.Leslie Regan Shade & Karen Louise Smith - 2018 - Big Data and Society 5 (2).
    Children’s digital playgrounds have evolved from commercialized digital spaces such as websites and games to include an array of convergent digital media consisting of social media platforms, mobile apps, and the internet of toys. In these digital spaces, children’s data is shared with companies for analytics, personalization, and advertising. This article describes children’s digital playgrounds as a data assemblage involving commercial surveillance of children, ages 3–12. The privacy sweep is used as a method to follow the personal information traces that (...)
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    iPads, Free Data and Young Peoples’ Rights: Refractions from a Universal Access Model During the Pandemic.Karen Louise Smith - 2021 - Studies in Social Justice 15 (3):414-441.
    The United Nations deemed internet access to be of critical importance for human rights in 2016. In 2020, schools around the world closed during the COVID-19 pandemic. As schools were closed, inequities in internet access gained widespread public attention as many educational opportunities shifted online. Amidst this shift, this paper analyzes an Ontario provincial announcement to provide 21,000 iPads and free data for young people, during the pandemic. The closure of schools in Ontario, Canada, meant that young people and families (...)
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    Youth and Social Media: From Vulnerability to Empowerment & Equality.Karen Louise Smith & Leslie Shade - 2021 - Studies in Social Justice 15 (3):344-354.
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