Hungary regulator holds 'Safer internet day' conference

Wednesday 6 February 2013 | 14:20 CET | News
Hungary's telecommunications authority NMHH, Hungary's International Children's Safety Service, Hewlett-Packard Hungary and representatives of other NGOs and companies took part in a mini-conference that was held on 5 February in the capital Budapest on the occasion of celebrating the 'Safer internet day'. During the event, presentations have been held by representatives of NMHH and various NGOs and companies, namely the Blue Line Child Crisis Foundation (Kek Vonal Gyermekkrizis Alapitvany), Magyar Telekom, Microsoft, the Theodore Puskas Foundation, Symantec and UPC Hungary. The head of

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Hewlett-Packard / Magyar Telekom / Microsoft / Symantec / UPC Hungary
Countries: Hungary
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