Actions of the Alliance to better protect minors online on the occasion of SID 2019


***The year-long #SaferInternet4EU campaign was launched on Safer Internet Day 2018, to promote online safety, media literacy and cyber-hygiene. The content of the campaign is preserved here for information purposes only.***


The Alliance to better protect minors online is a self-regulatory initiative aiming to improve the online environment for children and young people. Following the European Commission's invitation to come together and take part in a joint effort, leading ICT and media companies, NGOs and UNICEF officially launched the Alliance on Safer Internet Day 2017.

The framework of the Alliance is set in a Statement of Purpose, while companies have committed to complement the action plan with individual commitments according to their business activity.

On the occasion of Safer Internet Day 2019, a study evaluating the implementation of the Alliance has been published. It can be accessed via the EC's Digital Single Market website.

Many Alliance members also have profile pages on the Safer Internet Day website. Follow the links below for further information.

Company signatories:
ASKfm | BT Group | Deutsche Telekom | Facebook | Google | KPN | The LEGO Group | Liberty Global
Microsoft | Orange | Rovio | Samsung Electronics | Sky | Snap | Spotify | Sulake
Super RTL/Mediengruppe RTL Deutschland | TIM (Telecom Italia) | Telefónica | Telenor
Telia Company | Twitter | Vodafone
Associated signatories:
BBFC | Child Helpline International | COFACE | eNACSO | EUN Partnership | FFTelecoms | FOSI | FSM
GSMA | ICT Coalition | NICAM | Toy Industries of Europe | UNICEF

Company signatories


See the Safer Internet Day profile page for ASKfm.


Deutsche Telecom






The Lego Group


Liberty Global

Super RTL/Mediengruppe RTL Deutschland


Telia Company








Associated signatories

COFACE Families Europe




EUN Partnership