Alliance for Childhood Computers

10th November 2000 at 00:00
The Alliance for Childhood Computers believes computers are harmful to children in a number of ways. It says the risks include: repetitive strain injuries; eye strain; obesity; social isolatio; and physical, emotional or intellectual damage. It also has thoughts on the damage to learning. This is a site worth reading and thinking about.

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