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  • Children may get right to digital control
  • Children may get right to digital control
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Children may get right to digital control

In the past, embarrassing incidents or misjudged comments faded away with time. Today, thanks to digital platforms, they can be immortalised online and carry devastating repercussions. Should today's children have to suffer the consequences of the slip-ups of their youth?

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