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Telenor supports Stop Cyberbullying Day in Asia

Friday 17 June 2016 | 15:55 CET | News
The Telenor Group said it was supporting Stop Cyberbullying Day 2016, which fell on 17 June, on its Asian markets. It said 92 percent of parents in India fear that their children will be cyberbullying victims, and that 49 percent of school pupils in Bangladesh, 37 percent in Malaysia and 33 percent in Thailand have encountered or been involved with cyberbullying.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Digi / DTAC / GrameenPhone / Telenor / Telenor Pakistan
Countries: India / Malaysia / Pakistan / Thailand
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