Should all primary school students be required to qualify for a “Social Media Licence”?
That’s the proposal prominent Australian child psychologist, Michael Carr- Gregg has made to the government.
His idea is the licence would be needed before a student could bring a digital device to school. Students would qualify for the licence by passing an on-line test with questions including privacy, cyber-bullying and how to spot a stranger online.
Great idea, but is it sufficient?