Médiaszertár, NMHH’s Facebook group to assist with out-of-classroom media education
As of 16 March, the customer service points of NMHH will also be closed, customer service will be available only by telephone and via the Internet.
From revenge porn to virtual reality: Gyerekaneten.hu (Child on the net), the NMHH’s information website for parents, has gone live
Gyerekaneten.hu, the National Media and Infocommunications Authority’s (NMHH) dictionary-structured website for parents was launched on 1 March. The website allows the colleagues of the Authority’s Internet Hotline legal advisory service to inform parents and children on the online medium, providing them with advice and encouraging them to start a discussion on the subject.
Safer Internet Day 2020: The NMHH is creating a website for adults to support safer internet use
NMHH has disclosed last year’s statistics of the Internet Hotline legal advisory service.
What is the Internet Hotline?
The Internet Hotline is a legal advisory service. We help to quickly remove illegal content found around the Web based on reports.
What is considered content made accessible without permission?
When a user’s personal information is published online without his/her permission or a picture/video of him/her is uploaded that he/she did not want to make public or gave no permission for it to be published.
NMHH at the 25th National Youth Press Festival
More than two thousand student journalists have participated in the 25th Jubilee National Youth Press Festival in Tesla Budapest. As in the past ten years, NMHH was again represented at this annual event.
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