The eQuality Project is dedicated to the creation of new knowledge about young people’s use of networked spaces, with special emphasis of privacy and equality issues. Our research projects aim to highlight pressing privacy and equality issues that today’s young people encounter including: behavioural marketing; online advertising; digital literacy; and, tech-facilitated violence and harassment.

As a project, we’re committed to listening to young people and giving them a chance to articulate their own experiences and needs for better online policy and practice. We believe that by working closely with young people, we will be better placed not only to inform digital policies, but also to highlight young people’s online experiences in order to create new knowledge about privacy and equality issues in networked spaces.


 

Youth Perspectives on Privacy and Equality in Networked Spaces

Young People, Big Data and the Networked Environment

  • Networked Playgrounds and Toys
  • The Networked Classroom
    • Big Data Teachers’ Perspectives on the Networked Classroom
    • Educational Software
    • School Surveillance, Young People and Social Media
  • Big Data and Algorithmic Discrimination
  • Baiting Google

Law and Policy

  • Tech-Facilitated Violence
    • Educational Responses
    • Surveillance and Equality Implications of Educational Policy Related to “Cyberbullying”
    • Criminal Law Responses
    • Technology Facilitated Violence
    • Civil Law Responses
  • Defamation
  • Privacy
  • Child Rights
  • Big Data and Algorithmic Discrimination

Methods

  • Intersectionality
  • Ethics and Social Media, and Youth