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December 21, 2012
Lane is a 15-year-old Social Media Strategist helping companies use social media effectively for business.
In November, I attended and participated in the Family Online Safety Institute's Annual Conference.
The conference gave me a good overview of the role privacy plays in our personal lives and the way we conduct business. This year, privacy also played a central role in our government. Bills such as SOPA (Stop Online Privacy Act) were released, and many pressures were put on the tech industry relating to copyright and privacy. Legislators and citizens questioned how internet companies were using their data, where it was used, and wanted to ensure their protection.Some interesting takeaways from FOSI…
Research presented during a FOSI Annual Conference Panel: (The Online Generation Gap - 11/14/12):
These are some interesting facts I took away from the Conference.
Based on my notes, what do you think about the conversations discussed at the FOSI Annual Conference? Any key takeaways?
Lane Sutton is a 15-year-old entrepreneur who has combined his knowledge of technology with his interest in business. He currently works as a Social Media Strategist helping other companies use social media effectively for business. He has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, CNN, Forbes, The Boston Globe, Boston Herald, New England Cable News, and many other media outlets and named the kid to watch. Lane can be found connecting on Twitter, @LaneSutton where he creates conversations, and shares content by building up his personal brand with over 4700 followers.
Picture: FOSI Annual Conferece 2012 Youth Panel (Lane Sutton, far left)
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