DMA Launches 'CyberSavvy' Education Site

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The Direct Marketing Association has launched a Web site at www.cybersavvy.com to help educate parents, children and teachers about the basics of online surfing, resources and security.


The public-service site is based on the book "Get CyberSavvy! The DMA's Guide to Parenting Skills in the Digital Age: Online Basics, Behavior and Privacy" and will be linked to educational sites such as the National Parenting Foundation and the National Park Service.
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