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Handbook for policy makers on the rights of the child in the digital environment

(2020)
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This handbook will help decision makers from a variety of backgrounds to support children by creating a digital world that truly respects, protects and fulfils the rights of the child. The handbook reminds them to regularly address newly emerging conditions and challenges, such as Artificial Intelligence, and proposes numerous resources and hands-on tools to check whether national legislation and policies are comprehensive and up-to-date.
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children's rights, digital environment, data protection, privacy, artificial intelligence

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Livingstone, Sonia, et al. Handbook for Policy Makers on the Rights of the Child in the Digital Environment. Council of Europe, 2020.
APA
Livingstone, S., Lievens, E., & Carr, J. (2020). Handbook for policy makers on the rights of the child in the digital environment. Strasbourg: Council of Europe.
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Livingstone, Sonia, Eva Lievens, and John Carr. 2020. “Handbook for Policy Makers on the Rights of the Child in the Digital Environment.” Strasbourg: Council of Europe.
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Livingstone, Sonia, Eva Lievens, and John Carr. 2020. “Handbook for Policy Makers on the Rights of the Child in the Digital Environment.” Strasbourg: Council of Europe.
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Livingstone S, Lievens E, Carr J. Handbook for policy makers on the rights of the child in the digital environment. Strasbourg: Council of Europe; 2020.
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S. Livingstone, E. Lievens, and J. Carr, “Handbook for policy makers on the rights of the child in the digital environment.” Council of Europe, Strasbourg, 2020.
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  abstract     = {This handbook will help decision makers from a variety of backgrounds to support children by creating a digital world that truly respects, protects and fulfils the rights of the child. The handbook reminds them to regularly address newly emerging conditions and challenges, such as Artificial Intelligence, and proposes numerous resources and hands-on tools to check whether national legislation and policies are comprehensive and up-to-date.},
  author       = {Livingstone, Sonia and Lievens, Eva and Carr, John},
  keywords     = {children's rights,digital environment,data protection,privacy,artificial intelligence},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {80},
  publisher    = {Council of Europe},
  title        = {Handbook for policy makers on the rights of the child in the digital environment},
  url          = {https://rm.coe.int/publication-it-handbook-for-policy-makers-final-eng/1680a069f8},
  year         = {2020},
}