Is This The End of The Internet As We Know It?

Is This The End of The Internet As We Know It?

By IndyKids Staff On December 14, 2017, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), voted to roll back Obama-era rules concerning net neutrality.  Net neutrality is the idea that all data on the internet must be treated equally.  It’s also known as the “open...

A New Age of Bullying

By SONIA CHAJET WIDES, age 10 Mentored by NIKKI BALDAUF Students in British Columbia, Canada work together to end bullying in their schools and communities. PHOTO: BC Gov Photos Kids deal with bullying every day. But today there’s a new age of bullying:...

Net Neutrality: Why Is It Important?

By SADIE PRICE-ELLIOTT, age 12 Without net neutrality, communities of color, alternative political groups and small businesses may have a harder time making their voices heard on the Web. PHOTO: Steve Rhodes The Internet is on the brink of change. In January 2014, the...

Sharing the Web

IMAGE: Flickr/IKAYAMA By Kid Reporter DANIEL IVKO, age 10 S.O.P.A. is a bill in the U.S. Congress whose letters stand for “Stop Online Piracy Act.”  It aims to prevent people from giving away copyrighted material for free on some websites. Some call these activities...