Small & Gutsy Features Fairplay

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August 8, 2021

Creating a World where Children’s Choices are not made by Corporate Profits

Fairplay, formerly known as Campaign for Commercial-Free Childhood works to create a world where children’s lives are shaped by what’s best for them, not by corporate profits. One of their key projects, The Children’s Screen Time Action Network is a global membership organization, born out of the needs of educators, pediatricians, and other professionals working with children and the families they serve who are concerned about childhood tech use.

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