Common Sense has recently updated its privacy notice. We also provide an overview of the entire policy here.
Congress passed the COVS Act in December, giving government laptops and devices a new life to help students, veterans, and their families.
With the passage of one of Common Sense's long-time priorities, we are now closer to getting much-needed research on how technology impacts kids' and teens' development and health.
Our 2022 research highlights where government and industry can do more to support and protect our kids.
New research confirms that most teens surveyed have seen online pornography, but conversations with trusted adults can point them toward healthy ways to explore their sexuality.
Our Best of 2022 lists highlight growth in diversity, race and representation, and mental health awareness.
International streaming brings more global entertainment options to families and offers more diverse representation to kids and teens.
The digital divide leaves people unconnected, but it also prevents important services from getting faster and smarter through technology. Today we have a chance to fix that.
Misconceptions and buzz about the metaverse are distracting from the need for action on existing technologies that already pose harm to kids.
Our new report reveals how vulnerable our personal data is in VR, and why now is the time to define what privacy means for all of us.
Common Sense Media's new ratings and reviews in Spanish will help parents find high-quality representations in media for their families.