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Enhancing Child Safety and Online Technologies

Enhancing Child Safety and Online Technologies

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Originally from the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University: http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/pubrelease/isttf/

"The Internet Safety Technical Task Force was created in February 2008 in accordance with the Joint Statement on Key Principles of Social Networking Safety announced in January 2008 by the Attorneys General Multi-State Working Group on Social Networking and MySpace. The scope of the Task Force's inquiry was to consider those technologies that industry and end users - including parents - can use to help keep minors safer on the Internet."
Originally from the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University: http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/pubrelease/isttf/

"The Internet Safety Technical Task Force was created in February 2008 in accordance with the Joint Statement on Key Principles of Social Networking Safety announced in January 2008 by the Attorneys General Multi-State Working Group on Social Networking and MySpace. The scope of the Task Force's inquiry was to consider those technologies that industry and end users - including parents - can use to help keep minors safer on the Internet."

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Enhancing Child Safety & OnlineTechnologies:
FINAL REPORT OF THEINTERNET SAFETY TECHNICAL TASK FORCE
To the Multi-State Working Group on Social Networkingof State Attorneys General of the United States
DECEMBER 31, 2008
 
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ENHANCING CHILD SAFETY AND ONLINE TECHNOLOGIES:FINAL REPORT OF THE INTERNET SAFETY TECHNICAL TASK FORCETO THE MULTI-STATE WORKING GROUP ON SOCIAL NETWORKINGOF STATE ATTORNEYS GENERAL OF THE UNITED STATESDecember 31, 2008Directed by the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard UniversityChair:
Professor John Palfrey
 Co-Director:
Dena T. Sacco
 Co-Director and Chair, Research Advisory Board:
danah boyd
Chair, Technology Advisory Board:
Laura DeBonis
Coordinator:
Jessica Tatlock 
 Task Force Members:
AOL/BeboAristotleAT&TBerkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University (Directors)Center for Democracy & TechnologyComcastCommunity Connect Inc.ConnectSafely.orgEnough Is EnoughFacebook Family Online Safety InstituteGoogle Inc.IACikeepsafeIDology, Inc.Institute for Policy InnovationLinden LabLooptMicrosoft CorpMTV Networks/Viacom.MySpace and Fox Interactive MediaNational Center for Missing & Exploited ChildrenThe Progress & Freedom FoundationSentinel Tech Holding Corp.SymantecVerizon Communications, Inc.XangaYahoo!, Inc.Wiredsafety.org
 
 2 December 31, 2008To the Multi-State Working Group on Social Networking of State Attorneys General of the United States:On behalf of the Internet Safety Technical Task Force, I am pleased to transmit to the 52Attorneys General on the Multi-State Working Group the Task Force’s Final Report onthe role and the promise of technologies to reduce the risk to minors of harmful contactand content on the Internet. Along with the quarterly reports submitted throughout theyear to the Attorneys General and the evaluation criteria included in the TechnologyAdvisory Board’s submission, this Report fulfills the Task Force’s remit to report theresults of its study no later than December 31, 2008.I would like to thank in particular Attorneys General Richard Blumenthal of Connecticutand Roy Cooper of North Carolina, and their respective staffs, for their supportthroughout this process and for their leadership – over many years – to help protectchildren from the risk of harm online. I was especially pleased to have been hosted byAttorney General Martha Coakley, who has been a key figure, along with her staff, inprotecting children online in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and nationally. Theleadership of these Attorneys General and their colleagues, on this and many relatedissues – including identity theft, spam, phishing, and cybersecurity – is an importantdriver in making the Internet a safer place for all of us.I would also like to take this opportunity to recognize the outstanding efforts of all of theTask Force members and their respective organizations. I am grateful, too, to theTechnology Advisory Board and the Research Advisory Board for their contributions tothis process. This Task Force was a collaborative effort, convened over a very shortperiod of time, on an issue of the utmost importance to our society. We all look forwardto working on the next steps to help implement the recommendations included in thisreport.Sincerely,John PalfreyChair, Internet Safety Technical Task ForceHarvard Law School1545 Massachusetts AvenueCambridge, MA 02138

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