In Case You Missed It by Sarah Darer Littman
Sammy Wallach is feeling the pressure of looming AP exams and wondering if Jamie Moss is going to ask her to Junior Prom. Things aren’t much better at home. The bank where her dad is CEO has been targeted by protesters and that’s creating tension for everyone. On top of all that, her best friend got tickets to see their favourite band, but Sammy’s parents have forbidden her from going.
Things quickly get far worse than Sammy ever could have expected when one of the protest groups hacks into the Wallach family’s private cloud and posts everything online—texts, emails, and, worst of all, Sammy’s diary. Not only are Sammy’s innermost thoughts exposed to the world, but she also becomes privy to email conversations between her parents that they never meant for anyone else to read, especially their children.
In Case You Missed It invites us to reflect on how we differentiate between our public (more…)