Fourth edition of the Better Internet for Kids (BIK) bulletin now published

The fourth edition of the Better Internet for Kids (BIK) bulletin has now been published. This quarterly bulletin aims to keep you informed of safer and better internet issues and opportunities across Europe and beyond.

In each edition, we'll bring you a mix of news, research and resources from many of the key stakeholders in keeping children and young people safe online, be they European Safer Internet Centres, research organisations, industry partners, policy makers or experts in the field. The focus topic for this edition is children's rights online.

Over the last few months, various key experts and stakeholders in the Better Internet for Kids field have given their take on the rights children and young people have in shaping the digital world in which they grow up. Here we share some of those views.

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