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What Do You Tell Your Kids About Online Privacy?

A call for parents to share the values and practices that they instill around digital life–and their fears about what could go wrong.
Source: Mike Segar / Reuters

The future of privacy in the United States will be shaped by the next generation of citizens and consumers, a rising generation that has never known a pre-Internet world.  

The broadcast journalist Manoush Zomorodi created a segment called The Privacy Paradox on the WYNC show

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