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Privacy on the Internet: There is no such thing as a free lunch

This is a reprint of The elusive “P” which appeared in the January 2016 issue of Indian Management. There is no such thing as a free lunch, truly. As we increasingly traverse the virtual realm, we are putting at stake a crucial aspect—our much-treasured privacy. There is not a lot of privacy on the Internet today. Every […]

How To Keep Your Teen’s Private Data Safe When They Are ‘In Lurve’!!!!!

Teen love can be all consuming. And don’t say you don’t remember – we’ve all gone through it! The world stops. Nothing else matters (particularly not school work). Love takes over… You are Sitting On Top Of The World (to use Delta Goodrem’s expression!) When you are in love (and not particularly worldly) you may Read more…

Should Schools Teach Social Media Skills?

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Now, I am not a risk taker, but I would challenge anyone to find an Aussie teen who hasn’t embraced social media. Whether it is Facebook, Instagram or Twitter, the digital world is the teens’ playground. Our teens are often described as digital natives – they’ve never known life without the online world. They seem Read more…