Won't someone please think of the children
An ORG internal wiki page to facilitate the creation of a small document to:
- detail the reasons why internet filtering for children at non-parent level does not work
- list the many examples of failure
- suggest more effective approaches as a constructive alternative.
Areas and people
- Francis : General legal advice
- James : Layout
- Contributions by section?
- Proper name!
- How many pages?
- Colour or B&W?
- Intended audience
- How many sections
- What sections? What size each section?
- Final editorial control
- Approval by ORG staffers before release with the group brand on it
- Printing and online distribution
Things to consider
- EFF equivalent briefing packhttp://www.culture.gov.uk/reference_library/publications/6214.aspx
- Anything we do needs to be checked by ORG's Advisory Council
- Check out ORGs layout templates from the two previous briefing packs
- Speak to Terry Doughty at ARCH (Action Rights for Kids)
- Check out Digital Britain chapter 1, #73
- Remember Internet Watch Foundation (IWF)
- Byron review - emphasis on bringing up children sensibly, developing their critical evaluation skills & empowering them to look after their own safety, rather than kneejerk scaremongering
- http://www.culture.gov.uk/reference_library/publications/6214.aspx (Digital Britian Children's Panel)
- Digital Britain p40 - graphic
- Free-range kids
- Foreign examples
Meeting 1 : 26/06/09
sykpe : david.durant
Voxra Andersen volunteers to investigate history and plans for child-related internet censorship in other countries.