Media are tools used to deliver news and information to the public, like newspapers, radio and television. Democracy requires a free and strong media so that voters are well-informed of the issues at stake in elections.
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- Digital-age Danger: Learning to Protect Your IdentityLots of people laughed through the 2013 comedy Identity Thief, in which Melissa McCarthy plays a character who steals Jason Bateman’s identity and proceeds to go on a spending spree, buying everything from jewelry to a jet ski. All joking aside, identity theft is on the rise, especially targeting young people who tend to overshare when using technology and on social media. KWHS explores identity theft – it’s definition, increase, and even one young entrepreneur’s app to help prevent your personal information from falling into the wrong hands.
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