Common Sense Media Announces Campaign to Protect Kids' Online Privacy
The Hill reports that Common Sense Media, a group that helps families meet the challenges imposed by technology, is unveiling a campaign to help protect kids’ information online.
The campaign announcement comes after a national survey by Common Sense Media which found that 75 percent of parents say social networking sites are not doing enough to protect kids’ privacy. The survey also found that 92 percent of parents are concerned that their children are releasing too much information online.
Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Chairman Jon Leibowitz, Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Julius Genachowski and Deputy Education Secretary Anthony Miller will be on hand for the announcement. Read more about the announcement here.