Is there a possibility that government regulations may be in the future for social media companies?
In the last ten years we’ve watched social media companies sprout up again and again. Some are enormously successful while others debut with great fanfare, only to fade into the background.
Social media organizations are often careless enforcers of their own community behavior rules and content guidelines, and they seem clueless about the need to educate users about media literacy. Moreover, many companies don’t understand enough about how 21st Century users can (and will) manipulate social media platforms. As a result, problems keep occurring — quite a few of them unanticipated.
This creates a confusing world for digital kids and their parents.
Check out this MarketPlace report that explores the potential for regulations. It offers much to think about, especially for those of us who live major portions of our lives digitally.