This report presents the research, findings, and recommendations of the 2018-2019 Youth Justice Board. The Board is comprised of teenagers from across New York City who investigate a current justice system or public safety issue, formulate policy recommendations, and work to promote and implement key ideas. For this report, participants looked at something that has becoming increasingly important in the lives of youth: social media and how police and schools use it for surveillance. They researched the actions and policies of the justice and school systems in New York City, outlining the serious consequences surveillance has on young people and identifying opportunities to protect, educate, and support youth. Recommendations in the report include implementing new state standards and supporting curricula to equip youth to be digital citizens, creating and ratifying a Youth Bill of Rights, and abolishing gang databases.