Tuesday, June 17, 2014

FSF’s Deborah Tate Presents Report from Aspen Task Force on Learning and the Internet

Deborah Taylor Tate, a Distinguished Adjunct Senior Fellow at the Free State Foundation and former FCC Commissioner, is a presenter today, June 17, at the Aspen Task Force on Learning and the Internet’s Task Force’s launch of its new report highlighting 26 ways to ensure kids have safe, vibrant learning opportunities in and out of school. The presentation, held at Aspen’s Washington, DC office from 3:30-4:30 p.m., will be live-streamed at www.aspeninstitute.org/events/live and bit.ly/IMbp1D. You can get the @AspenTaskForce report at aspentaskforce.org.
The Aspen Task Force on Learning and the Internet is a group of 20 innovative and respected minds in technology, public policy, education, business, privacy and safety. The Task Force’s goal was to understand the ways in which young people learn today and to optimize learning and innovation within a trusted environment. Ms. Tate is the ITU Special Envoy and Laureate for Child Online Protection.