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i-SAFE believes cyber citizens, with the power of the Internet, can promote a global community for responsible change. i-SAFE collaborated with Microsoft to create an on-demand system for Internet safety education called i-Learn.
The Washington State AARP works with Microsoft to help protect you, your family, and your computer through information, public education, and community service. AARP is a non-profit, non-partisan membership organization with more than 925,000 members in Washington State, and nearly 40 million members nationwide.
CyberSmart! prepares students to achieve in today's digital society with professional development and free student resources. This empowers students to use the Internet safely, responsibly, and effectively.
Enough Is Enough works to educate, equip, and empower parents, educators, and other caring adults about the risks children face online in addition to the necessity of implementing Rules N' Tools on all Internet-enabled devices. Microsoft is a national sponsor of Enough is Enough's "Internet Safety 101: Empowering Parents" multimedia program.
Internet Keep Safe Coalition is a broad partnership of governors, attorneys, public health and educational professionals, law enforcement, and industry leaders working together for the safety of youth online. Microsoft has sponsored iKeepSafe to help fund a research project with the University of Harvard's Center on Media and Child Health regarding parents' attitudes and behaviors regarding Internet safety. View blog.
The International Centre for Missing and Exploited Children(ICMEC) is leading a global movement to protect children around the world from sexual exploitation and abduction. ICMEC has partnered with Microsoft to train law enforcement officers globally who investigate computer-facilitated crimes against children. ICMEC deploys the Child Exploitation Tracking System and promotes model anti-child pornography legislation worldwide.
LOOKBOTHWAYS provides information about online safety topics and builds Internet safety curriculum for elementary through high school students. Founder Linda Criddle is a recurring speaker at Microsoft sponsored events and LOOKBOTHWAYS has contributed to various Microsoft online safety publications. View blog.
The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children NCMEC) is a nonprofit organization that provides services for United States families and professionals in the prevention of abducted, endangered, and sexually exploited children. NCMEC has promoted online safety for more than two decades through programs, campaigns, publications, and partnerships that raise awareness of the issue.
Founded in 2001, National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA) works to empower and support people to use the Internet securely and safely so that they protect themselves and their networks.
Net Family News is a decade-old journal of records providing kid-tech news for parents concerning online technology. This information is provided in more than 50 countries through newsletters and blog posts available on Net Family News website.
NetSmartz411 is a parents' and guardians' online resource for answering questions about Internet safety and computers. People can search for answers to their questions about the online world and can "Ask an Expert" to receive a customized response.
Web Wise Kids is a national non-profit organization dedicated to preventing child victimization online by providing innovative tools to assist youth in staying safer online. Web Wise Kids sets up interactive Internet safety programs nationwide in conjunction with school systems, law enforcement, teachers, community-based youth organizations, technology companies, and others.
Wired Moms is a social network of mothers who are connecting with their families through technology. Wired Moms' focus is to help children and mothers stay safer online while discovering technology innovation that makes life easier and more fun.