Anne Collier's NetFamilyNews.org is the digital "community newspaper" of the tech-parenting and online-safety community - the only news service of its kind on the Web. Its "kid-tech news for parents" is designed to empower and educate grownups with the latest information on children's tech interests and practices, as well as their online safety. NetFamilyNews is delivered daily and weekly in a variety of formats: an email newsletter, RSS feed, blog, podcast, and Web site. Anne is also co-director of BlogSafety.com and co-author of MySpace Unraveled: What it is and how to use it safely.
Anne is a mom, analyst, children's advocate, and journalist who has worked in media since 1980 - in print and radio and on TV and the Web. She began her career in international news as a stringer for the Christian Science Monitor in Southeast Asia. She later served as Asia editor, associate producer for MonitorRadio, and as a correspondent for World Monitor, a nightly TV news program that aired nationwide on The Discovery Channel. In 1995 and '96, she helped launch the Monitor's Web site, CSMonitor.com, heading its editorial staff. In January 1999 she launched Tech Parenting Group, the nonprofit public service that publishes NetFamilyNews.