Lightweb Darkweb is a book on the need to reform social media, especially for young users. Its author, Raffi Cavoukian the renowned singer, Raffi is also a writer, systems thinker, and founder of the Centre For Child Honouring. The book offers three reasons for social media reform: safety, intelligence, and sustainability. In response to the suicide of Vancouver teen Amanda Todd after years of online harassment, and dedicated to her, Lightweb Darkweb is a fierce call for sanity in the digital age: social media providers need to make systemic changes for young users safety
parents must regulate their kids' screen time and social media use
society can optimize the "lightweb" benefits of the Internet by reducing its "darkweb" shadow of social, ecological and health hazards.
Lightweb Darkweb highlights children's developmental needs as a key missing consideration in the digital revolution. A much needed book for our times.