John Palfrey, one of Harvard's leading thinkers on the internet, recently finished a study on kids raised in the digital age and now has a few tips to share about shielding kids from web pornography and keeping them from downloading copyright-protected files, CNET reports. Palfrey, a Harvard law professor and director of the school's Berkman Center for Internet & Society, visited CNET's headquarters on Sept. 16 to discuss the findings of a recent study of a group he calls "digital natives." After completing 100 in-depth interviews with young people, ages 13 to 22, Palfrey sees some possible solutions to problems...

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