1. Who's in charge of publishing personal info about an under-age on a site?
2. Should a teacher always act on behalf of parents?
3. Can somehow a teacher's consent be restricted?
4. If a site operator updates online activities for children, do their parents need to be notified? Why/Why not?
5. What actions might a site have to take if parents revoke their consent?
6. How can a site be sure that teachers are not using students' info inadequately?
As you may have noticed by now, the text has no title. After reading the text, could you provide it with one?
Where do you think you could find this type of text?
Now, let's find some words in the text that match with the definitions below; the tips between brackets might help you.
a guiding principle: (noun)
to make known: (verb)
someone other than the main people involved in a transaction: (two words)
to obtain: (verb)
Finally, have a look at the following questions and discuss them with your partners.
Are there any policies regarding safety online in your country?
Are you aware of any of them?
As a parent, what are your feelings about your kids using the Internet?
Do you consider protecting children when surfing is necessary? Why/Why not?
How to protect children on the Internet. Could you make a list of tips?
After doing the tasks, check your progress.