Google Is Teaching Children How to Act Online. Is It the Best Role Model?

The tech giant is positioning itself in schools as a trusted authority on digital citizenship at a moment when the company’s data-handling practices are under growing scrutiny

Google’s Interland game is meant to teach students from third grade through sixth to guard against schemers, hackers and other bad actors. Photo: Google

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