Minding Minors Wandering the Web: Regulating Online Child Safety

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ISBN: 978-94-6265-004-6 (Print) 978-94-6265-005-3 (Online)

Table of contents (16 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xx

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    Pages 1-16

    Regulating Online Child Safety: Introduction

  3. The Regulatory Horizon

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      Pages 19-38

      Children’s Rights Online: Challenges, Dilemmas and Emerging Directions

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      Pages 39-66

      A Framework for Responding to Online Safety Risks

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      Pages 67-85

      Colouring Inside the Lines: Using Technology to Regulate Children’s Behaviour Online

  4. Encountering Risk Versus Engaging in Risky Behaviour

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 87-87

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      Pages 89-104

      Safety by Literacy? Rethinking the Role of Digital Skills in Improving Online Safety

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      Pages 105-123

      Taking Risks on the World Wide Web: The Impact of Families and Societies on Adolescents’ Risky Online Behavior

  5. Privacy, Data Protection and Online Marketing

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 125-125

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      Pages 127-141

      No Child’s Play: Online Data Protection for Children

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      Pages 143-156

      The Right to Privacy for Children on the Internet: New Developments in the Case Law of the European Court of Human Rights

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      Pages 157-171

      Online Social Networks and Young People’s Privacy Protection: The Role of the Right to Be Forgotten

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      Pages 173-188

      Follow the Children! Advergames and the Enactment of Children’s Consumer Identity

  6. Cyberbullying

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 189-189

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      Pages 191-209

      Children and Peer-to-Peer Risks in Social Networks: Regulating, Empowering or a Little Bit of Both?

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      Pages 211-228

      On Technology Against Cyberbullying

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      Pages 229-243

      Violent Video Games and Cyberbullying: Why Education Is Better than Regulation

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      Pages 245-262

      Addressing Cyberbullying Using a Multi-Stakeholder Approach: The Flemish Case

  7. Online Grooming

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 263-263

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      Pages 265-281

      Regulating Online Sexual Solicitation: Towards Evidence-Based Policy and Regulation

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      Pages 283-299

      Protecting Children from the Risk of Harm? A Critical Review of the Law’s Response(s) to Online Child Sexual Grooming in England and Wales