Safer Internet Day 2015

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Checklists for safe use of social media

The UK Safer Internet Centre has published three new checklists for Twitter, Snapchat and Instagram covering everything you need to know in order to manage your information and stay safe online while using these services.Read more

Addressing global safety issues on a national scale

The Family Online Safety Institute (FOSI), in partnership with Telecom Italia, will host Global Trends in Online Safety: Creating a National Framework in Rome this September. In Europe, where changes in tech policy are moving very rapidly, there is a constant challenge faced by countries with a range of different resources, priorities and cultural attitudes. The event will bring together some of the most prominent experts from the US, UK and EU, and will feature the latest online safety research as well as solutions-based discussions about internet safety.Read more

Online radicalisation as a new challenge for Safer Internet trainings

At present, all educators, trainers or other people who work with children and digital technologies face the same situation. Digital media's ever-evolving challenges – such as users' fast changing online behaviour as well as a constant flow of new tools, new internet technologies and new ways of online communication – raise new questions and demand new solutions. Therefore, it is essential for people engaged in Safer Internet trainings to stay up to date and constantly gain expertise in new topics. Online radicalisation and online jihadism are among the most challenging topics from recent months.Read more

Two more years for the No Hate Speech Movement

"Haters gonna hate, hate, hate…" sings Taylor Swift in her recent smash hit single. Maybe in her song, but in real life, thanks to the No Hate Speech Movement campaign (NHSM), there is a decent chance that actions of haters (at least in online world) will be on the decline. And we are using future tense intentionally. Why? Because during the Evaluation and Follow-up Conference of the NHSM it was announced that this successful campaign is being extended for another two years.Read more


Under the framework of the European Commission’s Safer Internet Programme, Insafe and INHOPE work together to deliver a safer and better internet. The two networks promote safe, responsible use of the internet and mobile devices to children, young people and families.... Read more


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June, 2015