President — AT&T New York
Marissa Shorenstein, president AT&T New York, is responsible for the company’s regulatory, public policy and community relations initiatives across the state.
AT&T New York Blog
Get Your Internet Game On — Safely!
AT&T launches Digital You to teach you ways to help protect yourself online
Do you know someone who claims they’re “too old” to get online? Or who has had their email — or social media — account compromised? Anyone who has been bullied online? Someone who has posted something they later regretted?
If so, you are not alone!
That is why AT&T, with the help of Common Sense Media, AARP, the OASIS Institute and other national community organizations, is launching Digital You.
This new program is designed to help educate and empower people to learn more about how to have a safe and secure online experience.
A new AT&T website (digitalyou.att.com) offering research-based materials about how to use devices safely and effectively for parents, youth, seniors, people with disabilities and others, with key information in Spanish.
Community events, training and discussions are led by AT&T employees and community organizations across the country.
Digital Compass, a free, interactive game, was developed by Common Sense Media to help teach pre-teens how to make smart decisions online.
Digital You can help you take advantage of what the Internet has to offer — while also teaching you ways to help protect yourself from identity theft, online harassment and scams.
So get your Internet game on! Check out Digital You at: digitalyou.att.com.
of Internet users have had an email or social networking account compromised or taken over by someone else without permission.
of disconnected adults say that they stay offline because accessing the Web is too difficult or frustrating; they are physically unable; or they are worried about other issues such as spam, spyware or hackers. 
of teens (13-17 years old) say they have posted something online that they later regretted.
of teens (13-17 years old) have been bullied online — 25% report it has happened more than once.
Pew Research Center, “Anonymity, Privacy, and Security Online,” September 5, 2013
Pew Research Center, ”Who’s Not Online and Why,” September 25, 2013
 Moessner, Chris. "Cyberbullying, Trends and Tudes." NCPC.org. Accessed February 10, 2014, http://www.ncpc.org/resources/files/pdf/bullying/Cyberbullying%20Trends %20-%20Tudes.pdf.
The Online Generation Gap: Contrasting attitudes and behaviors of Parent and Teens, Submitted to The Family Online Safety Institute by Hart Research Associates, Nov. 14, 2012.