How Do We Engage and Protect Kids In Cyperstace?

From IIW

Session Topic: How Do We Protect Kids in Cyberspace?

Wednesday 1B

Convener: Heather Dahl, Chase Cunningham and Les Chasen

Notes-taker: Dahl/Chasen

Discussion notes, key understandings, outstanding questions, observations, and, if appropriate to this discussion: action items, next steps:

  • Safe vs. unsafe search results (ie: golden girls)
  • Gamification of search
  • Including analytics for parents
  • Usability Gap -> Browsers are hard, apps are easy.
  • Reinvent the browser?
  • Get rid of technical aspects of UI’s. (ie: printing)
  • Apple parent controls are cumbersome
  • Use tools to teach, create reports. Create positives.
  • Add tags, self learning, natural language, parental collaboration.
  • Microsoft Family Safety a good reference.
  • Dashboards are important
  • Sandbox for kids to play
  • Remove abstraction. What is the business of the Internet?
  • Some parents don’t understand the technology they are teaching their kids.
  • Authority->Circles of Trust->Move the trust layer up