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Accounting for Dynamic Diversity among Child Users of IoT

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Accounting for Dynamic Diversity among Child Users of IoT. / Newmarch, Georgia; Knowles, Bran; Beck, Sophie; Finney, Joe.

In: IEEE Pervasive Computing, Vol. 19, No. 1, 17.01.2020, p. 43-51.

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title = "Accounting for Dynamic Diversity among Child Users of IoT",
abstract = "As IoT becomes increasingly pervasive, children are more regularly encountering IoT. The recent GDPR legislation in Europe goes some way toward protecting children as they make use of these IoT and other technologies, but there remain significant challenges in ensuring that the IoT that pervades children's worlds is socially responsible. This paper explores some of the reasons why the ethical implications of IoT for children is difficult to contain, and suggests several ways that design might make progress toward socially responsible IoT.",
author = "Georgia Newmarch and Bran Knowles and Sophie Beck and Joe Finney",
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