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House Proceeding 11-13-07 on Nov 13th, 2007 :: 3:49:15 to 3:53:14
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Debbie Wasserman Schultz

3:41:56 to 3:49:15( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Debbie Wasserman Schultz

Debbie Wasserman Schultz

3:49:02 to 3:49:15( Edit History Discussion )

Debbie Wasserman Schultz: has established a toll-free number, which serves as a help line where consumers can file their complaints. moreover, the f.t.c. has set up a very special website www. onguardonline.gov to provide

Bob Goodlatte

3:49:15 to 3:49:29( Edit History Discussion )

Bob Goodlatte: tips to consumers in protecting themselves and their children from internet fraud. lastly, the federal trade commission is engaged in a public awareness campaign to promote internet safety through

Bob Goodlatte

3:49:15 to 3:53:14( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Bob Goodlatte

Bob Goodlatte

3:49:29 to 3:49:40( Edit History Discussion )

Bob Goodlatte: a child-friendly mascot named dewey, the turtle, much the same way smokey the bear prevented forest fires many years ago. the office responsible for managing these initiatives is the division

Bob Goodlatte

3:49:40 to 3:49:51( Edit History Discussion )

Bob Goodlatte: of consumer and business education. and congresswoman bean's bill will aid the f.t.c. in its laudible efforts to protect children from inappropriate content and from the predators that

Bob Goodlatte

3:49:51 to 3:50:04( Edit History Discussion )

Bob Goodlatte: would do them harm. mr. speaker, the internet is one of the most significant technological developments in the history of humankind and my friend, mr. markey, who spoke just moments before me, made

Bob Goodlatte

3:50:04 to 3:50:18( Edit History Discussion )

Bob Goodlatte: that point in a profound way. the way people obtain information and communicate with each has been completely revolutionized in a manner unthinkable just 20 years ago. however, with this great

Bob Goodlatte

3:50:18 to 3:50:30( Edit History Discussion )

Bob Goodlatte: revolution comes a price. our children are now more vulnerable to the despicable creatures that would prey on them by exploiting the power of the internet. it is imperative that we in congress

Bob Goodlatte

3:50:30 to 3:50:44( Edit History Discussion )

Bob Goodlatte: do everything we can to fulfill our duties to promote healthy and safe environments for our children. the safer net act is a quality step in the right direction. i urge my colleagues to vote yes

Bob Goodlatte

3:50:44 to 3:51:03( Edit History Discussion )

Bob Goodlatte: on this legislation and pass the bill. with that, mr. speaker, i note that congresswoman bean could not be here with us today on the floor. she is extremely busy and moving in another direction

Bob Goodlatte

3:51:03 to 3:51:16( Edit History Discussion )

Bob Goodlatte: today, but i ask that her statement -- i ask unanimous consent that her statement be allowed to be entered into the record. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mr. butterfield: with

Bob Goodlatte

3:51:16 to 3:51:35( Edit History Discussion )

Bob Goodlatte: that said, at mr. speaker, i'm going to retain the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the chair will now recognize the gentleman from michigan, mr. upton. mr. upton: thank you, mr.

Bob Goodlatte

3:51:35 to 3:51:47( Edit History Discussion )

Bob Goodlatte: speaker. i would yield myself such time as i may consume. i want to again chairman dingell and mr. barton, the ranking member of the committee. i remember two weeks ago when we moved this through

Bob Goodlatte

3:51:47 to 3:52:01( Edit History Discussion )

Bob Goodlatte: our committee, it was a very important piece of legislation. mrs. bean is the author of this and mrs. bo helped immensely. we rise in support of h.r. 3461, safeguarding america's families

Bob Goodlatte

3:52:01 to 3:52:17( Edit History Discussion )

Bob Goodlatte: by enhancing and reorganizing new and efficient technologies act of 2007. this bill directs the f.t.c., the federal trade commission, to carry out a nationwide public awareness campaign about internet

Bob Goodlatte

3:52:17 to 3:52:30( Edit History Discussion )

Bob Goodlatte: safety, provides a one-year authorization of $5 million to carry out that campaign and directs the f.t.c. to report annually to the congress on its activities to promote internet safety. i look

Bob Goodlatte

3:52:30 to 3:52:46( Edit History Discussion )

Bob Goodlatte: forward to those reports. as the ranking member of the telecommunications and internet subcommittee. the f.t.c. has been active in the area and its computer security education campaign is built around

Bob Goodlatte

3:52:46 to 3:53:14( Edit History Discussion )

Bob Goodlatte: an innovative multimedia website onguardonline .gov with special tips for childrens, teens and parents. h.r. 3461 expand these under way. the bill defines internet safety to include threats

John Jr.Conyers

3:53:14 to 3:53:26( Edit History Discussion )

John Jr.Conyers: to juveniles, including cyber predators and material that is inappropriate for minors. criminal activity beyond the f.t.c.'s authority and scope and to fulfill that directive the f.t.c. would then partner

John Jr.Conyers

3:53:14 to 3:55:40( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: John Jr.Conyers

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