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Standard Issue podcast

Featured for discussions on Online Media Law:

* Episode 182: Guest appearance discussing research & teaching with young people (featured from 16’50” onwards) Listen here.

* Episode 184: The Law Online: Discussing nightmare digital legal case studies (featured from 2’25” onwards) Listen here.

Credit: Standard Issue Podcast; London; 12/11/18

‘Slaying the trolls’: Social Media Use & Abuse

Invited to present at the Open University in Wales on Online Media Law training and why it matters. Credit: OU Wales; Cardiff; 5/11/18.

Watch a short clip here.

See full video here.

Channel 5 News

Guest appearance to speak about about Online Media Law, after the launch of a campaign on youth digital rights. Credit: Channel 5 News; ITN; 18:30 28/7/2015

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Digital Sociology Podcast

Featured guest, on "Young People, Risk and Criminality Online" Credit: Produced by Dr. Christopher Till, Senior lecturer in Sociology at Leeds Beckett University; 18/08/2017. (Featured from 1'24")

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PodhD: PhD Podcast

Guest interview while at the International Conference for Education 2017 in Honolulu, Hawaii, discussing PubhD London & my PhD research on young people and social media offences. Credit: Guy Kiddey, PodhD; 10/01/2017

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London 360 News

Guest interview for a feature about sex education in schools needing updating for the digital age, with discussion on the laws around sexting, cyber abuse and revenge porn. Credit: London 360; Media Trust; 19:30 27/06/2016.

Featured from 3'58":

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Innovate My School

"It's a (cyber)crime: Teaching the laws of Internet useage" Interviewed for an online feature on why every school ought to be teacihng pupils about law and the Internet. Credit: Nicola Ponsford; Innovate My School 30/06/2017:

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Eagle News

Interviewed for an article on online safety, arguing for why these need to be a compulsory part of the school curriculum. Credit: Eagle Radio Ltd; 05/01/2017:

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Youthwork magazine

Guest contributor for a piece about sexting, young people and the law for Premier Youthwork magazine. Credit: Holly Powell-Jones/Premier Youthwork; 01/05/2015 - republished July 2015.

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Tomorrow's transactions

This podcast explores the 'youth' dimension of the digital identity debate. Credit: Consult Hyperion/Tomorrow's Transactions; 10/10/2015.

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Surrey PCC website

"Surrey PCC Kevin Hurley and Eagle Radio join forces to offer online media law and safety training in Surrey schools"

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