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Podcast: Harvard Law's John Palfrey on Internet Safety Task Force Report

Larry Magid sits down with John Palfrey in Washington, DC just before he delivered the Internet Safety Technical Task Force Report.

By January 14, 2009

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Video: Debunking digital stereotypes with John Palfrey

CNET's Kara Tsuboi sits down with author John Palfrey to discuss his new book, Born Digital, and the challenging crossroads at which our society has found itself.

By September 16, 2008

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Harvard professor sees answers to nagging Web-youth issues

John Palfrey says the Web isn't bad for kids and offers possible solutions to such problems as preventing teens from illegally file sharing and being exposed to porn.

By September 16, 2008

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Historic 103-mile swim aided by electric shark shield

Distance swimmer Diana Nyad is employing an electronic shark repellent in her 100-mile swim from Cuba to Florida, but so far no problem from the nearby sharks.

By August 8, 2011

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Prostitutes? In Washington? Shocking, and the Internet vibrates in anticipation

ABC News apparently has all the phone numbers of clients of an accused call girl ring in D.C. but why are they not releasing them?

By April 30, 2007

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StopBadware goes nonprofit with funding from Google, others

Four-year-old anti-malware effort leaves Harvard's Berkman Center to become standalone nonprofit.

By January 25, 2010

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Survey: Many parents help kids lie to get on Facebook

A significant chunk of those millions of underage Facebook users are on the social network with their parents' blessing, according to a new survey.

By November 1, 2011

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YouTube tests students' desire to cheat

More than 3,000 "how to cheat" videos are posted on YouTube alone, encouraging bad behavior in otherwise good kids.

By November 22, 2008

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AOL software gets 'badware' label

By August 28, 2006

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Justice Dept. on MySpace, Facebook, Twitter

Larry Magid finds it ironic that the Justice Department has launched a MySpace profile, considering the company's past run-ins with law enforcement. DOJ is also now on Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube.

By October 1, 2009