This Article reviews the rights of individuals younger than eighteen to engage in their daily activities, now often mediated through online service providers, learning management systems, and other technological intermediaries. Unlike prior generations, modern adolescents must navigate the complex world of online society in addition to their family life, school day, and the time they spend away from school at work or in social activities.
This project includes concerns over bullying and harassment, contractual rights, social media policies, child pornography laws, revenge pornography laws, and end-user license agreements.
Garon, Jon M.
"To Be Seen But Not Heard: How the Internet’s Negative Impact on Minors’ Constitutional Right to Privacy, Speech, and Autonomy Creates a Need for Empathy-By-Design,"
Mercer Law Review: Vol. 73:
2, Article 5.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.law.mercer.edu/jour_mlr/vol73/iss2/5