Carrie James on the Social Network Show

In November 2014, Project Zero researcher Carrie James, author of the recent book Disconnected: Youth, New Media, and the Ethics Gap, appeared on the radio program The Social Network Show to talk about her work on how digital technologies affect young people. 

Covering topics ranging from the moral and ethical dilemmas that one faces in digital spaces to the way we think about privacy and ownership online, James discusses the reasons why we need to think about these considerations more than ever in our increasingly interconnected and digitally-oriented world.

Listen to the full interview via the Social Network Station, which also includes a conversation with lawyer Carrie Goldberg.


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