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Does privacy matter to teens online?

by Winston Sih | November 19, 2010November 19, 2010 3:38 pm PST

Earlier in the week, I went down to The Globe and Mail Newsroom in Toronto (CTVglobemedia) to join a panel debate on Internet privacy and its relation/translation on teenagers.

Panelists include social-media expert Amber MacArthur, as well as founder of Kidproof, Samantha Wilson.

Various topics discussed in the two-part discussion include:

-Internet safety online

-Various dangers of the Internet

-Being “street smart” on the web

-How parents should keep their kids safe when browsing

What do you think? Do you agree with what the panelists said? Leave a comment below!

Host: Jacquie McNish
Producer: Petrina Gentile, Sasha Nagy, Julian Liurette, Tory Zimmerman

I appeared courtesy of The Globe and Mail (CTVglobemedia).