Nov. 21, 2019
8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Nov. 21, 2019
8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
U.S. Institute of Peace
2301 Constitution Ave NW, Washington, DC 20037
On Thursday, November 21st, the Family Online Safety Institute will host its 2019 Annual Conference, entitled "2020 Vision: The Future of Online Safety." This event will convene leaders across industry, government, academia, and the nonprofit sector to discuss a wide spectrum of topics within the areas of best practice in technology policy, digital parenting, privacy, ethics, and artificial intelligence, among many more.
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This panel will discuss the conclusions of the new FOSI whitepaper, as well as look forward to the challenges and opportunities that artificial intelligence will bring to families
It’s time to shake up the way we tackle online hate. We know that (cyber)bullying, trolling, stalking and intimidation, image based abuse and public shaming are soul-destroying experiences that affect too many people. We can make a dent in these issues by giving young people agency to reclaim technology for good.
Often the first to spot trends in Internet usage this panel will bring together experts who are working on developing technical solutions to some of the biggest challenges of today and tomorrow.
It has been a busy year in online privacy, this panel will discuss legislative proposals, self-regulatory efforts, and what is to come in the field of privacy with a focus on children’s online privacy.
GenZ Online: One Generation, Different Kids, Different Digital Experiences
Join Marc Groman, an Obama White House tech and privacy adviser, and David Reitman, an adolescent medical doctor, for candid discussions and helpful tips about screen time, social media, sexting, privacy, online gaming, and other challenges facing parents today. Marc and David aren't just experts – they're also married, and raising a teenage son of their own.
Experts will explore how the Internet can be used for illegal activity, as well as how it can assist with detection and enforcement.
Connected toys, on and offline play and computer games all feature in children’s recreation today, this panel will explore the benefits, as well as any potential difficulties.
Concerns have been expressed about the amount of time we are spending in front of screens. This panel will address the research, industry efforts to promote wellbeing, and potential mental health impacts of being online.
Researchers discuss the latest trends and developments in online exploration that will shape online safety policy for the next few years.
The various legislative approaches being pursued around the world to ensure that all users have safe and productive experiences online will be debated during this final plenary panel.
Families around the world are having conversations about our online habits. What’s the right amount of time for people to spend online? What effect is technology having on our children and their development? What value does social media add to our lives? These critical questions are an increasing focus for everyone, from parents to policy makers. In this fireside chat, Facebook’s Global Head of Safety, Antigone Davis talks to Mimi Ito, Director, Connected Learning Lab, University of California, Irvine to dive into what Mimi’s research with young people is revealing and how families can thrive in a digital age.
Tiffany Shlain discusses her new book “24/6: The Power of Unplugging One Day a Week” with Mary Jordan from the Washington Post.