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Safe and responsible internet use by children

Telenor is committed to providing maximum support to children, their parents and teachers enabling them to enjoy the benefits of our technology in a safe and responsible way. In addition to offering them a range of services, we also support their education and encourage our staff to get involved in our initiatives as volunteers.

Action against child pornography content

Telenor’s internet network has been blocking websites with child sexual abuse content based on a blacklist provided by the National Police Headquarters (ORFK) and Interpol since 1 January 2012. For more details about this partnership please read last year’s sustainability report.

Parental control

In line with the joint Code of Ethics signed by Telenor and its competitors in 2008, Telenor offers its customers a free service enabling them to control access to adult content through all channels including SMS, MMS, WAP, voice calls and the internet. Using this service, customers can ban access to premium rate content and restrict access to websites included in the operator’s white list of safe, nonadult content.

Reporting inappropriate content – Internet Hotline

The National Media and Infocommunications Authority (NMHH) launched an Internet Hotline in 2011. The service has a public online interface where Hungarian internet users can report any case of online harassment, pedophile, racist or extremely violent content. NMHH investigates reports, has unlawful content removed and regularly submits a list of websites offering reported and potentially unlawful content to the National Police Headquarters (ORFK). Telenor provides a direct link to the hotline from its website.

Digital World

We provide technical tools for internet safety, but an efficient solution also requires education on responsible internet use. Under a joint initiative launched in 2012, Telenor and MediaSmart Hungary Kft. published an e-learning material for young schoolchildren titled Digital World which has been available for parents and teachers since February 2013. The material aims to help users develop critical thinking skills about the free world of the internet at a young age. To learn more about the educational resource Digital World please read last year’s report or visit http://www.digitalisvilag.hu. As a next step, the partners decided to actively involve teachers in the project. In 2013, Telenor announced a competition for kindergarten and primary school teachers aiming to promote the education of children on safe and careful internet use. Participants were required to submit an application demonstrating the efficient use of educational resource Digital World for teaching purposes. The winners of the competition were rewarded with valuable smart devices while 100 participants got a free Hipernet subscription for 12 months.

This partnership aims to promote the launch of new programmes and tools to raise awareness of children’s rights and stop digital harassment.

Children’s rights

On 20 November 2013, Children’s Rights Day, UNICEF’s41 National Committee in Hungary and Telenor Hungary signed a partnership agreement.

> For more details about this partnership please read …

Free internet filtering software

The requirements set out by the Internet Roundtable for Child Protection in 2014 are satisfied by the Norton Family free child protection filtering software available at the following link: Norton Family.

> Video guide on installation and use
> Written installation guide

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