How to avoid the phishing net?
Phishing is a form of internet fraud by which fraudsters try to get personal data, raise money or infect the unsuspected user’s computer with a virus. Their misleading intention can easily be unveiled if we know what to look for.
Third NMHH media literacy education centre to open in Sopron
Another 9,000 children will have the chance to get involved in interactive media awareness sessions every year.
“Yes awkward”: the new campaign of the NMHH explains online infringements using emojis
The advertisements mainly targeting children of 11 to 16 years of age provide guidance for recognizing problems as well as dealing with them.
INHOPE Annual Report: last year, the hotlines of the world were involved in removing nearly 260 thousand paedophile recordings
INHOPE, the international organisation combating child sexual exploitation, published its report on the previous year. Its member Hotlines forwarded nearly 260 thousand paedophile videos and images to its central database and subsequently to the various national law enforcement partners.
What makes personal data personal and how does the law protect them?
The Fundamental Law, the Civil and the Criminal Code and the Act on Informational Self-Determination all protect your personal data. This is important to remember, given that even the sharing of a photo may represent a breach of the law if it is done without your consent.
What is a secure password in 2017?
First and foremost, a secure password is actually kept confidential, without anybody other than its user knowing it.
What is the difference between offline and online bullying in practice?
Offline bullying includes, for example, bullying, teasing and name-calling at school, while online bullying, or cyberbullying, takes place on the internet, through computers and mobile phones.
Why is sexting risky?
Sexting is when someone sends erotic photos/videos taken of himself/herself or sexually explicit text messages to a friend or acquaintance by mobile phone or over the internet.