Dolphin Digital Media is Invited to Participate At D.A.R.E International Training Conference

July 19, 2009
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Dolphin Digital Media is Invited to Participate At D.A.R.E International Training Conference

Dolphin Digital Media, Inc. (OTCBB:DPDM), a creator of secure social networking websites for children utilizing state-of the-art fingerprint identification technology, is pleased to announce its invitation to participate at the D.A.R.E. International Training Conference being held July 21-23, 2009 at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort, Orlando, Florida.

Employees of Dolphin Digital Media will highlight the company’s innovative fundraising plans for schools and charitable organizations as well as plans for establishing its family Internet solution — Dolphin Secure (http://www.dolphinsecure.com) — in anticipation of its launch in the United States during Back-to-School 2009. Dolphin Secure gives parents tools to protect their children from online threats such as cyberbullying and unsolicited chat requests while they are using home computers.

“We’re excited to participate at the 2009 D.A.R.E. International Training Conference as we couldn’t think of a better venue to introduce ourselves to educators and law enforcement officials,” says Bill O’Dowd, Chairman and CEO of Dolphin Digital Media. “We’re looking forward to discussing exciting fundraising opportunities for both D.A.R.E and the various schools in which they serve, as well as ways in which Dolphin Secure can provide students with a safer online experience while using school computers,” he said.

D.A.R.E., the leading drug-resistance education program in the United States, will be introducing their new D.A.R.E. Middle School/Junior High curriculum titled “Keepin’ it REAL.” “Keepin’ it REAL” is a multi-cultural substance abuse and life skills curriculum developed by Arizona State University and The Pennsylvania State University with funding from the National Institute on Drug Abuse.

Have a look at DDM’s work. It is very interesting. They fingerprint children and then children must use biometric scanners in order to access web sites. This is a way of keeping children safe from internet predators, based on the assumption that you can’t fake a biometric scanner (which has already been done by people getting past airport security fingerprinting in Japan).

Imagine yourself having grown up using your fingerprint as proof of who you are, and giving it to every corporation that asks for it. What kind of person would you grow up into? Probably just a person who thinks that biometric scanning and the use of personal information by corporations is just the way things are. Let’s turn it around… you have grown up in this world. You grew up in a world where various forms of institutions control your birth, education, work, leisure and death. Can you think of a single activity in your life that is not mediated by a corporation or institution? 🙂

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