Richard Lowe, Managing Editor of TNMNews.com, has a chance to speak with Joan Irvine who is aiming to keep children protected from cannabis through public awareness, packaging and methodologies to ensure that the youth of America are educated about cannabis.
ResponsiTech is comprised of international experts with over 75 years of combined experience in online youth protection and safeguarding technologies established to address legislative, law enforcement and youth safety concerns around the progressive legalization of cannabis.
We have the solutions to help your business prevent illicit youth access, ensure your business is compliant with regulation, and doing it’s part to safeguard youth.
Joan Irvine brings two decades of online child protection management and policy development for high-risk top-level domains. She successfully spearheaded the international award-winning Restricted to Adults (RTA) filtering label.
During her tenure at ASACP, she participated on several committees including the Financial Coalition Against Child Pornography and the Harvard Berkman Center Report on Online Safety. She headed advocacy and public affairs in the US, Australia and Europe for online youth safety.
At IFFOR she facilitated a council of international experts that included Nadine Strossen, First Amendment Law Professor at New York Law School and prior President of ACLU; Bob Corn-Revere one of the counsels for the Child Online Protection Act; and Fred Cate, Director of the Indiana University Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research.
To learn more about Joan Irvine, reach out to her via her LinkedIn profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/joanirvine/
To learn more about Responsitech, visit them on the web
Find marijuana news, celebrity interviews and cannabis strain and product reviews at http://tnmnews.com
Subscribe, Like and Follow!
TNMNews.com and DigipathLabs.com are a wholly owned subsidiaries of Digipath, Inc. (OTCBB: DIGP). To find out more about Digipath or Digipath Labs, follow us here:
cannabis safety, marijuana safety, awareness, education