From: Anna Reboli
Date: Fri, Jan 7, 2000 4:09 PM
Subject: Nomination POO4807

Dear Secretary of the Federal Trade Commission,

This is a letter of nomination for myself, Anna Reboli, Director of Security and Abuse at Juno Online Services Inc., for a position on the Advisory Committee on Online Access and Security.

As Director of Security and Abuse, I oversee compliance and security for Juno's free E-mail, Juno's free Web access, and Juno's broadband services. In my position, which I have held since early 1997, I am responsible for setting and implementing policies and procedures pertaining to the acceptable use of Juno's services, including the establishment and enforcement of the Company's privacy policies and practices. In particular, I deal extensively with issues pertaining to the collection, security and use of Juno member information as well as that collected by Juno's public website. I am an active proponent of Industry self-regulation and have forged the Company's relationship with Trust-e and other industry groups. In addition, I direct the Company's compliance with local and Federal regulations.

Juno Online Services, Inc. is a leading provider of Internet-related services to millions of computer users throughout the United States. The company offers several levels of service, ranging from basic dial-up Internet access -- which is provided to the end user for free -- to competitively priced broadband access. Juno's revenues are derived primarily from the subscription fees charged for its billable premium services, from the sale of advertising, and from various forms of electronic commerce.

Thank you for your consideration.


Anna Reboli
Security and Abuse
Juno Online Services, Inc.

CC: "Reboli, Anna"