Independent non-partisan organisation Reset Australia says Facebook has profiled young users and teenagers with sensitive advertising content such as smoking, gambling, and extreme weight loss. The organisation calls for measures to regulate these ads.
New research from Citrix has revealed while two-thirds of young Australian workers are pursuing flexible working arrangements, they are also the most likely cohort to experience burnout.
The Lab, Australia’s social and technology club for young people with autism, is set for a national expansion of its network as COVID restrictions relax and it responds to increased demand for its services.
GUEST OPINION by Paul Leahy Country Manager, ANZ, Qlik: It’s no secret that data has permeated every aspect of our lives; it sits at the centre of global industries and conversations, touching everything from elections to weather. As with most topics, there is debate, dispute and often doubt as to the role data can, should, and will have in our lives… How will data change our world? What will this look like when it comes to school, work and health? Could data improve learning? How can we use it? And, where are the privacy and ethics lines when we do?
Teenagers are already grappling with hormones and rebellion but are now having to do so surrounded by Snapchat and Instagram, and a new range of resources are being launched by the federal government to help both students and their teachers and parents.
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