I worked hard, I believed I could be anything I wanted until I was 14. I remember feeling sick when I walked into the halls of my new school. I was made fun of for trying hard, I was made fun of for being too happy. I made some friends here and there, stood around with the misfits, the awkward misunderstoods. But looking back I knew we all were.
We are a community of concerned citizens in British Columbia, including Amanda Todd's mother. As
you may know, Amanda was contacted and blackmailed through Facebook by an adult predator who
impersonated local teens to enter her circles of friends.
We appeal to you as COO of Facebook, a mother, a visionary digital media leader, and member of the
board of The Walt Disney Company, to lead industry-wide adoption of systemic security to block
predators and abusers from accessing kids on major social media platforms, starting with Facebook