The 5rights Campaign | Baroness Beeban Kidron | TEDxPlaceDesNations

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The founder of 5rights a civil society initiative to make the digital world a more transparent empowering place for young people under 18 proposes a framework of digital rights. Baroness Kidron tells her story through animations about George, a girl in middle school, and The right to know – The right to safety and support – The right to informed and conscious use – and The right to digital literacy will resonate with you (whether or not you have teenagers in the house) for a long time to come.

Baroness Beeban Kidron is a filmmaker, activist, documentarian and co-founder of the…

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6 thoughts on “The 5rights Campaign | Baroness Beeban Kidron | TEDxPlaceDesNations

    Rafee Shahin

    (February 18, 2019 - 2:17 am)

    There is an automated do not disturb feature in Android phones and iPhones I guarantee if George knew about this she wouldn't even turn it on.

    Julia Clement

    (February 18, 2019 - 2:17 am)

    the whole "reporting to the school" bullying and such matters, well the bullies can just gang up and report an innocent party to get their victims kicked off the websites…

    the problem of bullying on the internet is a problem, but is not as easily solvable as people like this woman claim. Restriction is not always a good way of dealing with things because matters can get very sticky and complicated in a short amount of time. Freedom is usually the best policy. The victims of cyber-bullying always have the freedom to respond, turn off the internet, or even retaliate (Which is not the best course of action, but it is still a choice). Limiting freedoms is not a good answer.

    Shlomo Kallner

    (February 18, 2019 - 2:17 am)

    There are at least 2 problems with the assumptions of this video: a) what about the kids who deliberately claim to be 18 or above in order to access content that is restricted to adults, and b) the 2nd right already exists however many are too impatient to read all the way through the privacy, etc. policy/ies of services online and hence agree without any considerations. more later


    (February 18, 2019 - 2:17 am)

    When I first read the title, I thought she literally was a baroness, wow.

    Matt Murch

    (February 18, 2019 - 2:17 am)

    The internet is and should remain a place where all users interact as equals, regardless of age. This woman seems to think that because she is older than 18, she can make decisions for those under 18, which is elitist and arrogant. She says creating addicting content is undemocratic, but what is truly undemocratic is the bureaucratic system she depends on the affect the lives on minors without their involvement or consent.

    Zombi Pineapple

    (February 18, 2019 - 2:17 am)

    We didn't have new-fangled rubbish like this in my day. In my day our favourite toys were rocks with bits of string tied to them. And we liked it!

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