Online, Exposed

A YouTube video of two white teenagers ranting about their black peers has landed them in hot water. The teens say they didn't expect this controversy. Do digital natives have different expectations for living life online?

YouTube, Actions and Consequences

A few weeks ago, a YouTube video of two white girls ranting about their black peers went viral. The teenaged girls have since been expelled from their school in Gainesville, Florida and their families face an onslaught of death threats. What does this video say about digital natives, racial tensions and living online? The Agenda examines the blurring line between public and private conversation.

Guests
Internet Strategist & CBC’s Tech Columnist
Richard Perry University Associate Professor of Communication and Anthropology, Annenberg School for Communication, Department of Anthropology, University of Pennsylvania
Professor of Psychology, University of Toronto
Fellow, Centre for Inquiry Canada
Psychologist, College of Psychologists on Ontario