Sue Scheff has been featured on many media outlets including radio, television and in print for her advocacy work in parenting and cyber-safety and online reputation.
IN THE NEWS: Over 500 newspapers have featured Sue Scheff and her victories in the legal arena with child advocacy, Internet defamation and invasion of privacy, including a 4-Part LA Times Series, Washington Post, Huffington Post, Wall Street Journal, USA Today, AARP, and many more. Here are snippets of Scheff’s quotes in major media outlets:
- Wall Street Journal “Until you go through a vengeful attack on your good name, service or business, you have no idea what a Google bomb can do to you.”
- AARP– “Limit the amount of information you provide on the Internet,” she now advises others. “The Internet is not only an educational tool, it can be a lethal weapon,”
- Washington Post –“if you don’t own your own name, someone else will.”
- LA Times -“The malicious stroke of a key has become the equivalent of a cyberbullet.”
- Family Circle – “Use extreme caution…Whatever you say in the kitchen goes into your kid’s ears and can come out on the computer screen – and go viral!”
- LA Times – “We need very real repercussions for violating a reporter’s privacy in a motel room with a peep camera for mass voyeuristic consumption.”
Read about Sue Scheff on Career Thoughts:
Listen to Sue Scheff on Crisis Prevention Intervention CPI Podcast (October 2015)
Sue Scheff on Anderson Cooper discussing online reputation.
|Read some of Sue Scheff’s articles here.|