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Kenyan watchdog starts child web security campaign

Wednesday 12 August 2015 | 10:37 CET | News
The Communications Authority of Kenya (CA) has launched a campaign to protect children from harmful content in cyberspace. There will be activities aimed at educating the general public about the need to keep children secure from unsuitable information on the internet. ICT Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang'i said even though the internet has provided immense opportunities, children are in danger of accessing material not suitable for their wellbeing, such as pornography, violence, racism and terrorism.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Communications Authority / ITU
Countries: Kenya
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