Julie Jargon

Julie Jargon

Family & Tech columnist, The Wall Street Journal

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Julie Jargon is the Family & Tech columnist at The Wall Street Journal, writing weekly about the impact of technology on family life. During her years as a beat reporter, she covered restaurant and food companies such as Starbucks, McDonald's, Papa John's and Kraft.

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Family & Tech

Scammers targeting seniors are thriving in the pandemic. Older Americans reported fraud losses of $388 million through the third quarter of 2020, a 23% increase—but there are ways to safeguard assets.

Family & Tech

A social-media platform popular with gamers is taking steps to police violent and abusive content—and evolve from a content free-for-all into a space where teens and their parents can feel safe.

Family & Tech

Caring for an aging relative has always been hard; the pandemic has made it harder. Tech can help with remote monitoring of your loved one and their care when you can’t be there in person.

Family & Tech

Remote school has made certain kinds of cheating easier than ever, leading students who might never have considered cheating before the pandemic to google answers, text friends or peek at their notes.

Family & Tech: Julie Jargon

Cities and school districts are trying to bridge the digital divide among U.S. households revealed in the pandemic, by providing Wi-Fi, modems and routers paid for in part with Cares Act funding.

Family & Tech: Julie Jargon

The challenges of staying focused and motivated in distance learning carry even higher stakes for adolescent and teenage boys, who face more academic pressure than younger ones.

Family & Tech: Julie Jargon

Children have smartphones, Roblox and Nintendo Switch high on their holiday wish lists this year, even though many parents would rather buy them tangible toys, books, bicycles and clothes.

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