Welcome to Internetsafety.ie, the website of the Office for Internet Safety
The Office for Internet Safety is an Executive Office of the Department of Justice and Equality.
The Office for Internet Safety has been established by the Government to take a lead responsibility for internet safety in Ireland, particularly as it relates to children. The Office for Internet Safety aims to build linkages and cohesion between all Departments and agencies to ensure that the State provides the best possible protection for the community and promotes internet safety, particularly in relation to combating child pornography.
The Office for Internet Safety will build on and oversee the current self-regulatory framework which is in place under the Internet Service Providers Association of Ireland (ISPAI) .
Safer Internet Day is Tuesday 5th February
The tenth anniversary Safer Internet Day will be celebrated Tuesday 5th February 2013. The theme of Safer Internet Day 2013 is "Online Rights and Responsibilities" with the slogan "Connect with Respect". To mark the day the Office for Internet Safety has published an information leaflet, bookmark and poster with key advice on how you can deal with cyberbullying and help others without putting yourself at risk. For more information please click here.
For further information and news on events in Ireland please see www.saferinternetday.ie and for details of European and worldwide events please see www.saferinternetday.org
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