Podcast Summary of Recent U.S. Study of Child Safety Online

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CBC Search Engine Host Jesse Brown
CBC Search Engine Host Jesse Brown offers nuanced commentary on the intersections of technology and current culture.

Hey all!

Here is a link to a podcast – that includes commentary on the recent study (Feb. 2009) study

“Enhancing Child Safety and Online Technologies”

produced by the Internet Safety Technical Task Force. Skip to about the seventh minute for the relevant commentary (the first half of the podcast is an interview with a guy from Google). This is a good summary and a quick way to get an idea of the findings of the study.