Telenor observes Stop Cyberbullying Day

Friday 16 June 2017 | 13:29 CET | News
Telenor Group said it was launching the 'Be a Cyberhero' campaign to mark Stop Cyberbullying Day 2017, which falls on 16 June.The goal is to support Telenor's 2020 goal to educate 4 million children in its thirteen international markets in online safety practices. It said that half a billion children in Asia are expected to have internet access by 2020, Telenor will have a 'Be a Cyberhero' profile picture filter for social media, cyberbullying tips graphics and multimedia, as well as other awareness-building activities on the Telenor Group Facebook page.

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Companies: Telenor
Countries: World
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