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Title Social networking / Roman Espejo, book editor.

Publication Info. Farmington Hills, MI : Greenhaven Press, [2012]


Location Call No. Status
 Avon Free Public Library - Teen  TEEN 343.7 SOCIAL    Check Shelf
Description 160 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 24 cm.
Series Teen rights and freedoms
Teen rights and freedoms.
Summary "Social Networking: Understanding the Legal Issues of Social Networking Sites; Social Networks Should Be Banned at Libraries and Schools; Social Networks Should Not Be Banned at Libraries and Schools; Students' Rights on MySpace Should Be Protected; Banning Social Networks Would Be Counterproductive; Laws Against Cyberbullying Are Necessary to Protect Young People; Laws Against Cyberbullying May Infringe on Free Speech; A College Student Discusses How Cyberbullying Threatened Her Education; Social Networks May Erode Young People's Privacy; Young People Are More Protective of Their Privacy on Social Networks; The Federal Trade Commission Protects the Privacy of Teens on Social Networks; Young People and Free Speech Can Be Protected on Social Networks; Court Rulings on Social Networks, Teens, and Free Speech Rights Are Unclear; Teens With Web Sites May Not Be Liable for Content by Third Parties; Defamation and Fraudulent Profiles on Social Networks; Copyright Laws Must Be Changed for Youths and Students on the Internet"-- Provided by publisher.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 147-149) and index.
Contents Understanding the legal issues of social networking sites / Kevin Fayle -- Social networks should be banned at libraries and schools / David W. Zellis -- Social networks should not be banned at libraries and schools / Lauren Pressley -- Students' rights on MySpace should be protected / Selina Maclaren -- Banning social networks would be counterproductive / Wade Roush -- Laws against cyberbullying are necessary to protect young people / Nancy Willard -- Laws against cyberbullying may infringe on free speech / Alex Johnson -- A college student discusses how cyberbullying threatened her education -- Social networks may erode young people's privacy / Daniel J. Solove -- Young people are more protective of their privacy on social networks / Laura M. Holson -- The Federal Trade Commission protects the privacy of teens on social networks / Jessica Rich -- Young people and free speech can be protected on social networks / Stephen Balkam -- Court rulings on social networks, teens, and free speech rights are unclear / Michael J. Kasdan -- Teens with websites may not be liable for content by third parties / Thomas A Jacobs -- Defamation and fraudulent profiles on social networks / Chris Gatewood -- Copyright laws must be changed for youths and students on the Internet / J. Patrick McGrail and Ewa McGrail.
Subject Online social networks -- Law and legislation -- United States -- Juvenile literature.
Internet -- Law and legislation -- United States -- Juvenile literature.
Cyberbullying -- United States -- Prevention -- Juvenile literature.
Internet and teenagers -- United States -- Juvenile literature.
Technology and law -- Juvenile literature.
Added Author Espejo, Roman, 1977-
ISBN 9780737758320 hardback
0737758325 hardback
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