Wednesday, October 19, 2005

Microsoft and U of T Team Up to Protect Children

The University of Toronto’s Centre for Innovation Law and Policy (CILP) and Microsoft Canada Co. released results today from a study entitled Safely Connected: Strategies for Protecting Children and Youth from Sexual Exploitation Online.

The report provides a summary of research and recommendations designed to address social, legal and policy issues related to online child exploitation. The study contains research gathered during a major international academic symposium and roundtable discussion that was hosted by CILP in May 2005, and is part of CILP and Microsoft’s joint Safe Computing Program.