IRIN | Protecting children from orphan-dealers
According to a shocking report entitled “Turn That GPS Off,” pictures taken on smart phones include encrypted information about the location of the picture and the smartphone. Through this, pedophiles and criminals can use the data encrypted in a picture to find out where it was taken and at what time. With enough images, they can put together a fairly accurate time table of your child’s activities. The Child Safety Blog warns all parents to turn off GPS collecting data before taking photos of their children. If in doubt, they recommend against sharing the picture at all.
Protecting children from orphan-dealers
June 2004 Monitor on Psychology
Stevens did not involve speech directed to minors, but the majority said the California law’s goal of protecting children from seeing violence did not alter the constitutional analysis.
The Task Force on Advertising and Children, ..
“No doubt a state possesses legitimate power to protect children from harm,” Justice Scalia wrote, “but that does not include a free-floating power to restrict the ideas to which children may be exposed.”