September 2020 BIK bulletin - Reaffirming BIK priorities through a range of actions

In recent months, digital technologies have been at the heart of the response to the coronavirus pandemic, enabling billions of people from a variety of generations or backgrounds to carry on with their daily lives and therefore to maintain – to some extent – a sense of normality throughout the crisis, whether to stay in touch with loved ones, to continue working, studying, creating and learning, or to participate in public debate, among other things. 


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A fun and safe way to search, create, and share GIFs.


A streaming service that allows customers access to a broad range of series, movies and documentaries via internet-connected devices.


Line allows users to exchange free messages and also has a timeline and supports video calls.


Pinterest is an online interactive pinboard which allows registered users to share images.


Instagram is an online mobile photo-sharing, video-sharing and social networking service.

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