Chapter 1 - Doing More to Safeguarding Children Online
Chapter 2 - The Role of Online Technology in Young People's Lives: Activities and Concerns
Chapter 3 - Safeguarding Children by Prohibiting Access
Chapter 4- Further Progress in Technological Intervention: Knowing Everything, Always
Chapter 5 - Algorithmic Approaches to Tackling Online Safeguarding
Chapter 6 - Safety at the Expense of Liberty?
Andy Phippen is a Professor of Social Responsibility in Information Technology at the University of Plymouth. He has specialised in the use of ICTs in social contexts for almost 20 years, carrying out a large amount of grassroots research on issues such as privacy and data protection, and internet safety and contemporary social concerns like sexting, peer abuse, and the impact of digital technology on wellbeing. He has presented written and oral evidence to parliamentary inquiries related to the use of ICTs in society, is widely published in the area, and is a frequent media commentator on these issues. Maggie Brennan is a research psychologist, based at the School of Applied Psychology, University College Cork.