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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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Safer Internet Day lesson plans

This lesson is intended for use in elementary and middle schools and can be adapted for students ages 7 – 12. Lesson plan – elementary and middle schools

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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.”

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One Good Thing: Students at Elisabeth Morrow School – N.J.

A machinima (video taken in a virtual world, in this case Minecraft) of 6th and 7th graders sharing their One Good Thing as their avatars