I wanted to share with you a new that I read this weekend from The Globe And Mail: https://www.theglobeandmail.com/technology/your-smartphone-is-making-you-stupid/article37511900/
It is about how smartphones have changed the way our brain works, how it has been influencing our way to communicate and to access media. Family interaction is affected starting from breastfeeding. Apps would have been designed on addiction models in dispensing dopamine. Exploiting the insecurity of the users looking for reinforcement. While we are more informed, “The average American in 2007 was absorbing the equivalent of 174 newspapers a day, via sources as wide-ranging as TV, texting and the internet – five times the amount of information they took in about two decades earlier.”, it is creating a deficit of attention and affecting IQ.
There is no legal aspect, but worth thinking about it. And see the trend… see the advertising from CommonSense #DeviceFreeDinner (https://www.commonsensemedia.org/device-free-dinner#)