SHARON MCLAUGHLIN
SHARON MCLAUGHLIN
Law Lecturer, Letterkenny Institute of Technology
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Final recommendations for policy, methodology and research
B O’Neill, S Livingstone, S McLaughlin
LSE, London: EU Kids Online, 2011
662011
Children’s rights and digital technologies
E Lievens, S Livingstone, S McLaughlin, B O’Neill, V Verdoodt
International human rights of children 1, 27, 2018
442018
Towards a better internet for children: policy pillars, players and paradoxes
B O’Neill, E Staksrud, S Mclaughlin
Nordicom, University of Gothenburg, 2013
222013
Regulation and legislation
S McLaughlin
Towards a better Internet for children, 77-91, 2013
122013
Recommendations on safety initiatives
B O'Neill, S McLaughlin
EU Kids Online, 2010
112010
Teaching internet safety, promoting digital literacy. The dual role of educations and schools
B O’Neill, Y Laouris, E Staksrud, S McLaughlin
Towards a better internet for children, 193-209, 2013
102013
Children and internet safety in Europe: Policy debates and challenges
B O’Neill, E Staksrud, S McLaughlin
Goteborg: Nordicom, 2013
92013
Online sexual grooming of children and the law
S McLaughlin
Communications law (Haywards Heath) 14 (1), 8-19, 2009
22009
Violent video games: can self-regulation work?
S McLaughlin
Communications law (Haywards Heath) 12 (5), 157-164, 2007
22007
Ireland: A brief Overview of the Implementation of the GDPR
S McLaughlin
Eur. Data Prot. L. Rev. 4, 227, 2018
12018
Ireland: Independence of Data Protection Commissioner Challenged by Digital Rights Ireland
S McLaughlin
Eur. Data Prot. L. Rev. 2, 114, 2016
12016
Report D7. 1 recommendations on safety initiatives
B O'Neill, S McLaughlin
Technological University Dublin, 2010
12010
‘Think B4 U Click’: an educational online safety resource for the Irish CSPE curriculum
S Grehan, S McLaughlin, B O'Neill
Media Education Journal, 2012
2012
Rights v. Restrictions
S McLaughlin
www. nordicom. gu. se, 301, 0
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