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Danish govt provides public information on children online

Thursday 2 February 2017 | 12:44 CET | News
The Danish Digitisation Authority is launching a public information campaign to get parents, guardians and teachers regarding children and the internet. Among other things, it is releasing two short video presentations, a background article on web training for the very youngest children aimed at municipal staff and teachers, twelve tips regarding internet training, prompt cards to get conversations going, and a poster.

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