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Melania Trump listens to students talk about digital civility

“The first lady also took in art projects the students designed to represent individual expressions of digital civility, her office said” writes Associated Press for suntimes.com. WASHINGTON — Melania Trump spent part of Thursday listening to more than a dozen teens talk about their best practices for being civil online.Digital civility is one element of the first lady’s “Be Best” campaign, though her husband is regularly criticized for his own practices online and has weaponized his Twitter account against his foes.The 15 students from across the country participate in Microsoft’s Council for Digital Good and provide ideas and feedback for policy work the computer software maker does on the issue of youth-centered online safety.The first lady made the short trip to Microsoft’s Innovation and Policy Center in Washington as part of a nationwide child well-being campaign she launched this year called “Be Best,” which includes teaching children and youth to be good citizens online.
 
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