Authors: Nathan W. Fisk
Summary: Examines youth internet safety as a technology of governance. Argues that some current theories of online risk move towards overly monitoring and policing the everyday lives of young people. Explores the governing principles of information technologies and offers recommendations for “cybersafety” by connecting the everyday use of the internet by youth, to trends in national infrastructure protection and corporate information assurance.
Publication details: London: The MIT Press, 2016