Feb. 10, 2014
In observance of Safer Internet Day, Microsoft is asking consumers to “Do 1 Thing” to stay safer online on its new Safer Online interactive website.

Highlights

The state of online safety
Sept. 17
Microsoft Chief Online Safety Officer Jacqueline Beauchere reports on her visit last week to Washington, D.C., where she discussed her vision of the future and what we can do to be safer online.
U.S. results of latest Microsoft Computing Safety Index (MCSI)
Sept. 12
As the Internet has become a ubiquitous part of life, the latest MCSI found U.S. consumers are less vigilant about protecting their safety online.
Survey shows consumer online vigilance waning
Jan. 17
Video: Jacqueline Beauchere shares U.S. results of Microsoft’s Computing Safety index.
Most annoying mobile pet peeves revealed
May 29
Microsoft Safer Online poll shows men and women finally agree on something—the way people use mobile phones can be incredibly annoying!
Are you walking your talk on privacy?
May 13
New consumer privacy quiz from Microsoft shows there’s a wide gap between interest and action. Find out what you can do to protect your privacy.
Some things you don’t want to share online
April 22
Microsoft launches awareness campaign about tools that give you greater control over your personal information.