Media Policy & You: Crash Course Media Literacy #9

Copyright and other media regulations have always been a bit tricky, but the internet made all of that infinitely more complicated. But what does all of that mean for you, the consumer?


The Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University’s Digital Literacy Platform

RIAA v. The People: Five Years Later

Music Industry A-Listers Call on Congress to Reform Copyright Act

Department of Justice: Child Exploitation & Obscenity Section

Why Kids Sext

Youth Sexting: A Legislative and Constitutional Analysis

Consent for processing children’s personal data in the EU: following in US footsteps?

Lexicon of Lies: Teaching Resources


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