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Just months after Common Sense parents helped California pass a groundbreaking bill to make connected toys safer, lawmakers in Oregon and Illinois are moving to enact similar protections in their... read more0 comments |
You care about your kids and how the internet affects their lives. This year, Common Sense Kids Action worked to get several laws passed in California that will help improve kids' and families'... read more0 comments |
As parents, we spend a lot of time trying to keep our kids safe. Increasingly (and for kids as young as infants), keeping them safe includes being smart about technology and the internet. The... read more0 comments |
Common Sense’s new Zero to Eight research report offers a wealth of insight for parents and policymakers who are faced with an ever-evolving media landscape. How much time are kids spending in front... read more0 comments |
You have a list of your child's teachers and classes. You've figured out the bus schedule or carpool arrangement. You've even glanced at the lunch schedule. But how about this one: Do you know what... read more1 comment |
A stranger watching your baby sleep, or carrying on conversations with your child through a smart toy, or listening in on your conversations with your child. As we learn on a seemingly daily basis,... read more0 comments |
We've been busy so far this year fighting to make kids America’s top priority. Here are three things in particular we've been working on: Bringing the internet to low-income kids, at home: No longer... read more0 comments |
Connected devices are aimed at younger and younger audiences, with booties that monitor a baby's breathing and Fitbit-like smartwatches that track the physical fitness and geolocation of toddlers.... read more0 comments |