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A (very) brief history of   US Internet safety      Anne Collier        Co-Director     ConnectSafely.org
Internet safety lawsCDA – passed 1996, struck down in 1997 byU.S. Supreme Court in unanimous decisionCOPA – passed in 1998...
Internet safety education• 1st five years (‘95-’00): No research,  law enforcement primary source,  common sense• 2nd five...
Decreased exposure to harm In the US, 2000-’10, children’s exposure to online  pornography declined 12% Declines in near...
EU Kids Online: Risk vs. harm
US’s social-media technopanic
2008 ‘Berkman’national task forceReview of youth-risk research: Harassment & cyberbullying =  most common risk Not all y...
Our report                          to Congress,                          June 2010...“Promote digital citizenship inpre-K...
Thank you!     Anne Collieranne@connectsafely.org
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A (very) brief history of US Internet safety

A short presentation given at a Safer Internet Day presentation in Moscow, February 2012

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A (very) brief history of US Internet safety

  1. 1. A (very) brief history of US Internet safety Anne Collier Co-Director ConnectSafely.org
  2. 2. Internet safety lawsCDA – passed 1996, struck down in 1997 byU.S. Supreme Court in unanimous decisionCOPA – passed in 1998, immediatelyblocked by a federal court (only thebeginning of its story)CIPA – became law in 2000; challenged incourts. Supreme Court upheld but modifiedCIPA in 2004.
  3. 3. Internet safety education• 1st five years (‘95-’00): No research, law enforcement primary source, common sense• 2nd five years: 1st national task force; research emerged, but misrepresented• 3rd five years: Series of social-media panics
  4. 4. Decreased exposure to harm In the US, 2000-’10, children’s exposure to online pornography declined 12% Declines in nearly all youth social problems in US:
  5. 5. EU Kids Online: Risk vs. harm
  6. 6. US’s social-media technopanic
  7. 7. 2008 ‘Berkman’national task forceReview of youth-risk research: Harassment & cyberbullying = most common risk Not all youth are equally at risk A child’s psychosocial makeup & environment are better predictors of online risk than the technology he or she uses No single technological development can solve youth online risk
  8. 8. Our report to Congress, June 2010...“Promote digital citizenship inpre-K-12 education as a nationalpriority.” – Youth Safety on a Living Internet: Report of the Online Safety & Technology Working Group
  9. 9. Thank you! Anne Collieranne@connectsafely.org

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