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Children's Book Week runs from 16 to 22 August. The winners have been announced by the Children's Book Council of Australia and can be found listed on the CBCA website along with other information about celebrating Book Week. read more »
A US study has found that violent video games glorifying antisocial characters could increase teenage gamers’ risk of criminal and other risky behaviour like smoking and alcohol use. The study by Dartmouth College researchers involved 5,000 teenagers surveyed over 5 years. It was published in the Journal of Personality and Social read more »
An Australian mother has organised a petition to stop the use of misogynistic and degrading slogans by the “Wicked Campers” company. Read more and sign the petition now. read more »
According to the ABC's 7.30 report, Google says it doesn't allow advertisements on its student products, privacy experts are questioning whether the online activity of teenagers is being analysed for future use.Read about this on the ABC website read more »
The Australian Communications and Media Authority (the ACMA) is seeking public comment on proposed amendments to the Children’s Television Standards 2009 (the CTS). They claim that these amendments "seek to reduce the regulatory burden on licensees and industry by reducing reporting requirements and removing the ACMA’s role in children’s (C) read more »