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PRESS RELEASES

Welcome to Safe Surfin’s press release page, your source for the latest updates and news. Here, you’ll find detailed insights into our groundbreaking initiatives, strategic collaborations, and thought leadership in internet safety and steps that are being taken to educate children and teens on using technology safely.

West Virginia Leads the Nation with New Sextortion Education Legislation; Skyll to Implement Statewide Curriculum

Explore the partnership between the Safe Surfin’ Foundation and Skyll, dedicated to delivering simulated scenarios that promote critical thinking among children and teens in their technology usage.

New Law Aims to Boost Internet Safety 

West Virginia Governor Jim Justice has enacted an internet safety bill into state law. This legislation will introduce the Cyber S.W.A.T. (Safety While Accessing Technology) program, a cornerstone of the Safe Surfin’ Foundation’s efforts to educate youth on internet safety nationwide.

New Law Aims to Boost Internet Safety 

West Virginia Governor Jim Justice has enacted an internet safety bill into state law. This legislation will introduce the Cyber S.W.A.T. (Safety While Accessing Technology) program, a cornerstone of the Safe Surfin’ Foundation’s efforts to educate youth on internet safety nationwide.

Langworthy Bill Would Create Panel to Access Dangers of AI-Generated Child Sex Abuse Material

On Tuesday, April 16, U.S. Rep. Nick Langworthy introduced a piece of legislation aimed at establishing a legal structure to support law enforcement in preventing, detecting, and prosecuting AI-related crimes targeting children. Langworthy’s office also mentioned that the legislation has received support from various groups, such as Raven, Trafficking Taskforce of America, Small and Rural Law Enforcement Executives, National White Collar Crimes Center, Foundation for Digital Innovation, AI Policy Institute, BullMoose Project, and Safe Surfin’.