Home confinement intensified online abuse
An exceptional amount of child pornography content was reported, but the number of phishing attempts and sharing personal data without consent also rose in 2020, according to the internet information and help service of the National Media and Infocommunications Authority.
November 17. és 24. között csak e-mailen fogadunk bejelentéseket
Az elektronikus (e-NMHH) űrlap azért nem használható, mert az NMHH elektronikus ügyintézésében a megjelölt időszakban üzemszünet lesz.
Last year, nearly half a million instances of paedophile content were examined by hotlines worldwide
INHOPE, the international organisation combating child sexual exploitation, published its 2019 Annual Report. Last year, nearly 184,000 reports were entered into INHOPE’s database, which resulted in the examination of over 456,000 paedophile recordings. In Europe, most paedophile content was stored on Dutch, French and Slovakian servers.
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.
INHOPE Annual Report: the hotlines of the world proposed the removal of nearly 224 thousand paedophile recordings last year
INHOPE, the international organization combating child sexual exploitation, published its Annual Report on 2018. Its associated hotlines – including the National Media and Infocommunications Authority (NMHH) Internet Hotline’s legal advisory service – transmitted more than 155 thousand reports from all over the world last year to the central database.
What is fake news? Educational materials have been prepared by National Media and Infocommunications Authority (NMHH) for the European Media Literacy Week
The latest initiative of the European Commission, the European Media Literacy Week, takes place between 18 and 22 March. On this occasion, the National Media and Infocommunications Authority (NMHH) assembled infographics and relevant lesson plans about fake news, which are suitable for use at schools, and recommends sponsored online articles for adult audiences.
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