Looking for volunteer to research cyberstalking laws for WHOA
If you are interested, look through what we have there. What you will need to do is go to each state's government web site to find out if they have a bill in session, if they are updating a cyberstalking or online law to have more "bite," or if there is a new link to the current law. Many of the links are outdated and there have been states in the news lately who are trying to pass a law or are updating theirs.
Your updates, changes and additions need to be in the same exact format as we have on the site right now.
Once you go through all 50 states, then I need you to go through countries outside the USA - many have passed laws and we need to keep up with this.
I would also want the volunteer who takes this position to begin looking into cyberbullying and online predator laws for the WHOA-KTD web site. We haven't started those pages yet, so this would be from the ground up.
To qualify, you must have a good command of the English language (written and spoken, in case you have to make phone calls to find out about the laws), you must be over 18 and you must like doing research. This will be done at your own pace, but I would like to see at least one update each day once you come on board.
If you are interested, please email me direct at firstname.lastname@example.org with why you feel you can do this job.
Again, this is a volunteer position, but you will be working for a great cause - keeping Internet users safer online.
Jayne A. Hitchcock
WHOA & WHOA-KTD