July 18, 2014
Chief Online Safety Officer Jacqueline Beauchere reflects on what it means for students to learn at the center of a networked world.

Highlights

The evolving pursuit of privacy
April 16
The changes ahead will create a whole range of new privacy challenges. However, the rules regarding privacy issues have not kept pace. At Microsoft, we believe it is time to update global privacy models to enhance data protection for consumers.
'Do 1 Thing' for Safer Internet Day
Feb. 10
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.
Microsoft reveals new survey results for Data Privacy Day 2014
Jan. 27
Trans-Atlantic survey results reveal that individuals are very interested in understanding how their information is being used online.
Microsoft survey asks 'How old is too young to go online?'
Oct. 15
The survey found 8 years old is the average age at which parents allow independent Internet and device use.
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.