A post by Brendon Lynch, Microsoft’s chief privacy officer, outlines recommendations from a recently released cross-sector and non-partisan report from The Aspen Institute Task Force on Learning and the Internet, on which he served.
“The report recommends advancing policies and practices that would foster learning networks and interoperability, increase access to technology and digital literacy, and improve safety, privacy and trust,” Lynch writes.
The task force was comprised of 20 innovative and respected leaders in technology, public policy, education, business, privacy and safety whose tasks included answering questions such as: What is the new vision for learning? What role should technology and the Internet play in education? And how do we enhance learning, while protecting safety and privacy?
Read the rest of Lynch’s post at Microsoft on the Issues.
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