Oct 10, 2017
Sue Scheff is a nationally-recognized author, speaker, parent advocate and internet safety expert. Today, we chat with Sue about her new book, Shame Nation, with forward by MonicaLewinsky.
But first, a bit more about my friend, Sue Scheff.
After being victimized online and cyber-stalked due to her advocacy work with troubled teens, Sue won a 2006 landmark case for internet defamation and invasion of privacy. Her book, Google Bomb! How the $11.3M Verdict Changed the Way We Use the Internet (HCI, 2009), co-authored by the late John Dozier, one of the country’s leading Internet attorneys, documents that legal battle while also offering prescriptive advice. Since then, her name and voice have become synonymous with helping others who have been victims of online abuse as well as educating people of all ages about the importance of good digital citizenship and protecting their online reputation.
Today she is a much sought after expert who has been featured on major media outlets including GMA, CBS This Morning, ABC News, 20/20, The Rachel Ray Show, Dr. Phil, CNN, Anderson Cooper, CBS Nightly News, Lifetime, Fox News, CBC, BBC, Dr. Drew HLN, CNN Headline News, InSession Court TV, and noted major publications such as USA Today, AARP, Parenting Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Miami Herald, Forbes, Sun-Sentinel, Asian Tribune, San Francisco Chronicle, LA Times, and many more.
You can get Sue’s new book at ShameNationBook
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