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- Child’s participation online and the General Data Protection Regulation – a dialogue between educational and legal sciences is urgently needed
Child’s participation online and the General Data Protection Regulation – a dialogue between educational and legal sciences is urgently needed
Im Lichte der kürzlich in Kraft getretenen Datenschutz-Grundverordnung nimmt die Debatte über Kinderpartizipation und -schutz im Netz neue rechtliche Gestalt an, mit der es sich auseinanderzusetzen gilt. Wenngleich mehrere Bestimmungen kritikwürdig sind, ebnen andere den Weg hin zu einer verbesserten Berücksichtigung von Kinderanliegen und der Errichtung eines schützenden Digitalumfeldes. Um dieses Ziel zu erreichen, ist jedoch der umfängliche Austausch zwischen Fachleuten der Erziehungs- und Rechtswissenschaften und Kindern unabdingbar.
In the light of the recent General Data Protection Regulation, the debate on child’s participation and protection online is taking on a new legal framework that needs to be addressed. While several provisions could be widely criticized, others might open up new ways for a better consideration of the child’s position and the establishment of a protective digital environment. However, a sincere and thorough exchange between educational and legal experts and children is urgently needed.
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