Is it too late to rebuild the
internet for children?
5 DECEMBER 2017, 15:15 PM, CHARTER 3
Baroness Beeban Kidron, Founder of 5Rights and Filmmaker, leads the discussion with authors of a new report: Digital Childhood – Addressing Childhood Development Milestones in the Digital Environment.
Leading experts will consider how, in a world where smart phones rule, childhood is changing. Does the digital the world disrupt children’s development milestones? What can be done going forward to ensure children are resilient, healthy citizens who can still enjoy the freedom technology brings?
Giles Dilnot – Presenter, Reporter
Baroness Beeban Kidron – Filmmaker and Founder, 5Rights
Angharad Rudkin – Child Clinical Psychologist, University of Southampton
Vicki Shotbolt – Founder & CEO, ParentZone, UKCCISS
6 DECEMBER 2017, 10:00 AM, CHARTER 2
How can we strike a balance between freedom and wellbeing online?
A discussion on mental health in relation to evolutions in media technology for Generation U.
Sonia Livingstone – Professor, London School of Economics
Susan McLean – Director, Cyber Safety Solutions Australia
Tessy Ojo – CEO, The Diana Award
Adelle Onyango – Broadcaster
Putul Verma – Executive Producer, Children’s Factual Entertainment
Showcase of a new tool kit to help kids be the boss of their online life. Empowering them to explore digital spaces positively so they can be healthy, happy and creative citizens.
The router of all evil
7 DECEMBER 2017, 10:00 AM, CHARTER 2
A discussion on what can be done to safeguard young people online and who’s responsible. If we work together, is global self-regulation realistic?
Is legislation what we really want and will some young people always find ways around the rules?
James Lyne – Global Head of Security Research, Sophos
Tristia Harrison – CEO, TalkTalk
Anne Longfield – Children’s Commissioner for England
Simon Milner – Policy Director, Facebook
Denise G. Tayloe – Co-Founder & CEO, PRIVO
Jo Gurney – Producer, BBC Children’s Scotland
If you’re not paying you’re the product
6 DECEMBER 2017, 10:30 AM, CHARTER 3
Looking ahead, will it be possible to create ‘safe online spaces’ for kids around the globe, and what are the commercial realities surrounding this?
Shaowei Chen – Executive Tech Lead, NetDragon Websoft
David Emm – Principal Security Researcher, Kaspersky
Isabella Henriques – Director of Advocacy, Alana Institute
Jo Pedder – Head of Policy & Engagement, Information Commissioners Office
Krissa Watry – CEO, IOKids
Nathalie Nahai – Web Psychologist, author
Rosemary Klein – Director, Industry Media