Yesterday, Microsoft released the Microsoft 2011 Citizenship Report. The report provides an overview and assessment of our work over the past fiscal year (July 2010 to June 2011). On The Official Microsoft Blog, Dan Bross, Senior Director, Corporate Citizenship, has a full description of the report.
The report has a full section on “Privacy & Safety:”
What We're Doing
Developing safer products
Product design can play a major role in helping protect users and giving them greater control.
Teaching people how to stay safer online
As we committed to in our FY2010 Citizenship Report, we focused on teaching people online safety techniques in FY2011.
Safer Internet Day: For the ninth year, we worked with partners to celebrate Safer Internet Day. More than 1,000 Microsoft volunteers visited schools around with world and, together with local partners, helped teach more than 100,000 parents, teachers, and students about online safety – up from 50,000 reached on Safer Internet Day 2010.
Helping protect people and businesses online
Our priorities for FY2012 include:
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