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In late 2019, SaferNet and Instagram launched two amazing campaigns in Brazil.
SaferNet Brazil and the Brazilian Internet Steering Committee (CGI.br/NIC.br), other special partners will celebrate the 12th Safer Internet Day in Brazil.
This February, the eSafety Commissioner is encouraging Australian families to ‘start the chat’ about online safety.
APLE Cambodia, leading in online child protection in Cambodia, will proudly join the global Safer Internet Day campaign by conducting an event on February 11th, in which youth would be e (...)
INHOPE event on Safer Internet Day 2020 in Brussels 11 Feb 2020 – INHOPE with the support of the European Commission will hold a 1 day specialist Focus Group meeting on the development (...)
A record number of reports of online child sexual abuse - more than a quarter of a million - have been processed by the UK’s Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) in 2019.
In December 2019, a delegation of the South Korean Ministry of Gender Equality and Family paid a visit to jugendschutz.net to learn more about our work in the field of self-harm behavior (...)
jugendschutz.net operates a hotline accepting reports about illegal and harmful content and takes appropriate action to have this content removed as quickly as possible. The focus of the (...)
There is a discrepancy between the prevalence of female offenders in child sexual abuse material, and the notably low number of cases against female offenders in the Swedish courts.
On European Day Against the Sexual Exploitation and Abuse of Children (18th November) the two hotlines of FSM and eco within the German Safer Internet Centre published an online guide ab (...)