Corporate predators are preying on our children—tempting them with junk foods, violent programming, isolating virtual reality and social media, overmedication and much more. Parents and teachers are being routinely undermined as a result. These corporate hucksters believe they can get away with anything when it comes to marketing to children. We’ve covered this commercial assault on our youngest and most vulnerable on the Ralph Nader Radio Hour before, and now it’s time to move to the critical next stage. What can be done about it?
That is the subject for our special live Zoom episode of the Ralph Nader Radio Hour, co-sponsored by the American Museum of Tort Law, on Wednesday December 21st at 12:30 PM Eastern Time
Our guests will be Susan Linn, author of "Who’s Raising The Kids? Big Tech, Big Business and the Lives of Children" and Claire Nader, author of "You Are Your Own Best Teacher! Sparking the Curiosity, Imagination and Intellect of Tweens." (See inspiringtweens.com.) Children’s rights expert Professor Robert Fellmeth of the University of San Diego Law School will serve as moderator of this vitally important discussion. And, as always, Ralph, Steve and David will be there to offer their own insights.
Attendees in the live Zoom audience will be able to watch the team record the show and will have the opportunity to raise a hand and ask a question at the end, time constraints permitting.
See below it goes wsy beyond the areas you wanf to tackle. I believe we need to start simple. Corporate hackers are invading and violating the sanctity and privacy of our homes.
I would like to discuss how corporate predators are impacting our chikdren with artificial intelligence designed to invade the sanctity and privacy of our homes