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Conference materials form the 9th International Conference “Keeping children and young people safe online” are already available. In the programme tab you will find video recording from all presentations, and in the conference materials tab you will find selected presentation.
Facebook has become the partner of the IX International Conference "Keeping Children and Young People Safe Online”. This event is an opportunity of a conjoint work of the representatives of non-governmental, public and private sector. Partnership of the world's largest IT companies is especially valuable for us. Facebook representatives will take part in the conference, which will be held on 22-23 September 2015. in Warsaw.
Followers of positive parenting have a new tool for disciplining kids, it’s ‘kid shaming’. What does it mean? It’s sharing on the social media a picture of child with the sign explaining what was the baby’s fault. The picture ridicules the child who cannot defend. Kid shaming is just the other form of bullying.
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Many parents tend to post family photos online, including photos of very young offspring. It seems that often they are not aware of how such online content can be damaging to their child’s future life. Social debate on this phenomenon is gaining momentum with numerous groups directly opposing such actions and trying to educate parents how to combine parenting with online presence.
On February 10th, Safer Internet Day was celebrated in several dozen countries all over the world. This year’s theme of the day was “Let’s create a better Internet together” and it drew attention to the role of each internet user in building safe and friendly Internet. In Poland, the organizer of Safer Internet Day is the Polish Safer Internet Centre, composed of FDN (Nobody’s Children Foundation) and NASK (Research and Academic Computer Network). The main partner of the event was the Orange Foundation. Microsoft and Facebook were also among the partners.
Teenage girls who meet in school with negative comments about their appearance look for acceptance among Internet users. They publish on social networking sites their photos or self-made videos, under which they ask for comments about their attractiveness.
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