Online Safety Conference
The Second Annual Online Safety Conference “Safe at Any Speed: Rules, Tools and Public Policies to Keep Kids Safe Online” was held at the Newseum.
Hemanshu Nigam made an opening keynote address, and Deborah Taylor Tate and Pamela Jones Harbour also made remarks at a forum in the new Newseum building. They spoke about children and online safety issues. Among the topics addressed were safety education for parents and children, preventing predatory practices via the Internet, law enforcement practices, and technological developments to enhance child safety.
The Second Annual Online Safety Conference “Safe at Any Speed: Rules, Tools and Public Policies to Keep Kids Safe Online” was held at the Newseum. close
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Stephen Balkam Chief Executive Officer Family Online Safety Institute
Pamela Jones Harbour Commissioner Federal Trade Commission
Hemanshu Nigam Chief Security Officer MySpace
Brent Olson Chairman Family Online Safety Institute
Deborah Taylor Tate Commissioner Federal Communications Commission
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