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Discussing the rise in disinformation on COVID-19 at the Luxembourg Privacy Salon

  • Awareness
  • 06/04/2020
  • Luxembourgish Safer Internet Centre

Disinformation, hoaxes and scams are no new phenomenon online, but in the current context of pandemic and lockdowns, they are becoming more significant and frequent – for this reason, the latest Privacy Salon in Luxembourg focused on the topic.

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New back to school educational resources from Greek Safer Internet Centre

  • Awareness
  • 20/09/2019
  • Greek Safer Internet Centre

The Greek Safer Internet Centre is celebrating the start of the new school year by publishing new digital material for every educational grade, on the SaferInternet4Kids platform. The "Back to school 2019" package can be used as a tool in the classroom or at home to strengthen children's knowledge of how to navigate safely online.

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Safer Internet Day 2019 in Norway: GDPR, social media and children under 13

  • Awareness
  • 04/03/2019
  • Norwegian Safer Internet Centre

Since the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) made its way through Europe last summer, a new discussion has emerged – and it is perhaps high time: what does the age limits and ratings on social media mean? And when do we, as grown-ups, determine that it is "ok to join"?

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IGF workshop: Is personal data ‘mine' or there to be ‘mined'?

At the recent Internet Governance Forum (IGF), which this year took place in Guadalajara, Mexico from 6-9 December 2016, Insafe organised a workshop (WS 114) titled "Is personal data ‘mine' or there to be ‘mined'?".

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