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Congresswoman Anna Eshoo on U.S Safer Internet Day 2015

Congresswoman Anna Eshoo who represents much of Silicon Valley on her support of Safer Internet Day and ConnectSafely. It was Rep. Eshoo who, in 2014, wrote the critical letter to the European Commission that assured ConnectSafely’s appointment as U.S. Safer Internet Day host.

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MEDIA ADVISORY FOR TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10

CONNECTSAFELY.ORG BRINGS TOGETHER TECH INDUSTRY LEADERS & TEENS FOR A DISCUSSION ON INTERNET SAFETY  Event Features California A.G. Kamala Harris and Facebook C.O.O. Sheryl Sandberg  Contact: Hani Khan/ (650) 346-7045/ hani@connectsafely.org To mark Safer Internet Day on Tuesday, February 10, ConnectSafely.org will host the official U.S. event, “Safer Internet Day 2015: Actions & Activism Toward […]

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ConnectSafely.org Brings Together Tech Industry Leaders & Teens For A Discussion On Internet Safety

PALO ALTO, Calif., Feb. 3, 2015 – To mark Safer Internet Day on Tuesday, February 10, ConnectSafely.org will host the official U.S. event, “Safer Internet Day 2015: Actions & Activism Toward a Better Net & World.” The event will bring together technology industry leaders and hundreds of California middle school and high students, parents, teachers and […]

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Tues Feb 10th: Safer Internet Day with Calif AG Kamala Harris and Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg

In 2004, a project of the European Commission launched “Safer Internet Day,” which became an annual event held on the second Tuesday of February. This year represents the 11th Safer Internet Day, which is now being celebrated in more than 100 countries, including the United States. Last year, ConnectSafely.org, the nonprofit Internet safety organization that […]

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One Good Thing: Esmi and Jessie – Calif.

Countering hate messages on ASK.fm

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One Good Thing: Maddie and Monica – Calif.

Donated blood and used Instagram to encourage friends to do so too

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One Good Thing: High school student – Calif.

Lets kids on Facebook know he’s there if they ever need someone to talk to

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One Good Thing: Grant – Calif.

Talks about how his high school’s “compliments page”

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One Good Thing: Emily – Calif.

Her cousin’s friend died and friends offered support on Facebook

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One Good Thing: Caryn – Calif.

About a Facebook post about a girl who stood up for a lesbian girl, urging a parent to accept her “for who she loves.”