Microsoft's long-standing commitment to children's online safety

  • Today, social networking, mobile computing, and the realization that 21st century skills are a key ingredient to children’s success, make protecting kids online that much more significant, nearly a generation later. Last month in Brussels, Forum Europe held its second annual European Child Safety Online Conference to examine European and global cooperation toward a safer and better Internet for kids. I had the pleasure of participating in a panel discussion entitled, “Equipping children and parents with the digital literacy skills to help keep them safe.” Moderated by U.K. child safety expert John Carr, other panelists included: Manuela

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