Responsible technology with Clara Wasserman
Responsible tech is “the re-prioritization of our humanity and our own agency over profitable technological development,” said Clara Wasserman.
Sunrise Rotary Club
LOG OFF Founder Speaks at Birmingham Sunrise Rotary Club
This week we are excited to welcome Emma Lembke , Co-founder of the Log-Off Movement ! She will join us at The Harbert Center and tell us about the dangers of social media and mental health.
LOG OFF receives call from Harry and Meghan
The couple’s foundation, Archewell, is a founding member of the Responsible Technology Youth Power Fund, and in a new video, they share their conversations with a few of the 26 grant winners.
RT Youth Power Fund
Harry and Meghan Call to Emma
Video of The Archewell Foundation co-founders Prince Harry and Meghan, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex congratulating members of the inaugural Responsible Technology Youth Power Fund cohort. The Archewell Foundation is on the RTYPF Advisory Committee.
Log Off Movement
A new student movement wants you to log off. Emma Lembke, 19, is encouraging her peers to reduce their time on the internet and rethink their relationship to it.
Tech Tonic Podcast Episode w/ Elaine Moore
In this episode, Elaine Moore, deputy editor of the FT’s Lex column, looks at some of the unanswered questions over whether social media really causes us harm, and what legislation will mean for the future of the social media business model.
Offline with Jon Favreau
LOG OFF Founder interviewed on Jon Favreau’s podcast “Offline”
Emma Lembke is encouraging teens to rethink their relationship with the internet. In June 2020, she founded the Log Off Movement, a teen-led project that provides resources to reduce screen time, community support, and advocates for legislative action to protect children online.
New York Times
A New Student Movement Wants You to Log Off
Emma Lembke, 19, is encouraging her peers to reduce their time on the internet and rethink their relationship to it.