Wednesday, January 28, 2009
Data Privacy Day's messages for Obama, consumers | Security - CNET News
Data Privacy Day's messages for Obama, consumers | Security - CNET NewsWiredSafety's Teenangels help advise on privacy for the new policymakers. Britney Bacon, one of the first five Teenangels, first began working with Parry in 1999, while a 14 year old in middle school. Now, as a soon to be law school graduate, she is advising the industry as she has always done - but better. Teenangels is the teen cybersafety expert group founded and run by Parry through WiredSafety.org. Their annual summit is scheduled for February 25th in Washington DC, where Britney will be joined by 75 other Teenangels and Tweenangels to help policymakers and industry alike understand the real Internet - the one used and built by young people.
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