WASHINGTON, October 8, 2010 - FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski Friday morning spoke at a privacy and security event where he unveiled new web pages from his agency offering privacy and security tips.
The event, hosted by the non-profit group Common Sense Media and held at the National Press Club, discussed issues such as securing wireless networks as well as protecting children online. The new online privacy and security webpages can be accessed at: http://fcc.gov/consumers.
During October, the FCC plans to offer a video on wi-fi security narrated by Yul Kwon, winner of the television show Survivor, as well as consumer guides sheets, screencasts and blog postings addressing several topics, including small business cyber security, using the internet internationally and tips for infected computers and networks.
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