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In the CyberHood and on the internet, we say; Yahooooooooooo!! Next Wednesday the 26th of January at 11:00am MST, is one of those days!
Catherine Teitelbaum from Yahoo is joining Dave and Bill on Wednesday morning to talk about all that is Yahoo on the web right now when it comes to CyberSecurity!
Catherine Teitelbaum is the Director of Child Safety and Product Policy for Yahoo! Inc, the world’s largest global online network of integrated services with more than 600 million users worldwide. During her decade long career at Yahoo! Catherine has been responsible for wide array of children’s, education and safety products as well as leading community and content standard development and enforcement for all of Yahoo!’s broad network of products.
Catherine was responsible for the rapid growth and development of Yahooligans!, Yahoo!’s award winning site for kids, and the launch of Yahoo! Education and Yahoo! Safely. In her role as Policy Director, Catherine has managed a wide array of policy issues related to child safety, education, community development and standards, safe search, and advertising standards. She also serves as editor-in-chief of Yahoo! Safely. Prior to joining Yahoo! Catherine worked for a decade as an elementary and middle school teacher and K-8 Technology Coordinator in Northern California.
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Some of the questions we’ll be going over during the interview:
• How did you go from a middle school teacher K-8 to Director of Child Safety, Communications, & Content Polices of Yahoo?
• Share with our listeners the background, which lead to the decisions to create Yhooligans, Yahoo Education, and Yahoo Safety.
• As a former K-8 middle school teacher, what is your viewpoint about the security that challenges a child’s digital life and how does the educational system support?
• In a recent survey conducted by Yahoo, you give a shout out to dads for being involved in his or her child’s digital life. Share with our listeners some highlights from the Yahoo survey.
• In what you referred to as the “Digital House” and the basic safe practices that were found helpful, one of which is how to prevent Cyberbullying. What makes cyberbullying different from bullying?
• Do you have a story that is meant to be shared for the benefit of keeping others safe, digitally safe, and secure?
• What should parents, grandparents, and educators be concerned about with the advent of the digitally mobile smart phone generation?
• What are your thoughts about social networks and the personal security in place to protect its members?
• The CyberHood Watch preaches “Communication & Awareness”, and to our delight, “An unprecedented coalition of government, industry and non-profit organizations today unveiled the first-ever unified public awareness message to help all digital citizens stay safer and more secure online.” Tell us all about, Stop. Think. Connect.
• What is your perspective on how information will be shared over the next few years?