Category Archives: Podcast

The Radicalization of Our Children Cybertraps 008

In this episode, Jethro and Frederick discuss the history of radicalization, challenges, and give advice for what parents can do to help their children. Brief History 1978 Invention of Bulletin Boards 1979 Neo*Nazi Bulletin Board Set Up in West Virginia; attracted kids from area Quickly followed by numerous others In the mid*1990s, with the development…

Redefining Big Data Research with Dr. Eric Stephens Cybertraps 007

Dr. Eric Stephen’s dissertation research was all about how researchers fall into traps using datasets they don’t curate themselves. They adopt the assumptions of the database design and the methodology. Stephens discusses how social justice researchers employ the doctrine of double effect to justify unintentional exploitation of their subjects, and proposes a big data research…

Cybertraps Live – Sharenting – 004

Parents Oversharing Kids on Social Media – aka “sharenting” Celebrities … Hilaria Baldwin controversy – Instagram feed filled with photos of her infants and growing children Tamara Ecclestone Chrissie Teigan Elizabeth Hurley No clear roadmaps – “owning your story vs. paparazzi” People say they stalk instagram and Facebook to stay connected, but without actually connecting,…

Cybertraps Live Episode 002

Frederick Lane and Jethro Jones do a year-in-review. Watch live on Facebook each  week at noon eastern.  Our First “Year in Review” Show Pandemic: Reshaping Education on the Fly A Lost Generation — Remote vs. In-Person Instruction Access Surveillance Challenges for Educators Multiple Classrooms Increased Scrutiny Less Privacy Things That Worked and Those That Didn’t…

The Cybertraps Podcast

The Cybertraps Podcast is a twice-weekly podcast discussing all the trouble we can get into with technology. Hosted by Frederick Lane, author of the best selling Cybertraps series and Jethro Jones, host of the Transformative Principal podcast, this podcast delves into the world of where and how people get caught in Cybertraps, and more importantly,…