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Taylor Swift joins Tennessee fight against online predators

Monday, September 17, 2007 – Taylor Swift and Tennessee Gov. Governor Phil Bredesen joined the Tennessee Association of Chiefs of Police (TACP) today to launch "Delete Online Predators," a new statewide public education campaign designed to combat internet crimes against children.

The yearlong campaign, drawing on research-based messages developed by organizations including the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC), will distribute Internet safety information and materials to parents and middle school students across the Volunteer State.

Bredesen and Swift have agreed to serve as spokespersons for the Delete Online Predators campaign in brochures and other materials, on the web and in radio and TV public service announcements to be released in the coming months.

Swift said, "Chatting with friends and surfing the internet is cool. But it's important to stay safe. Be smart about keeping your identity private online."


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