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Safer Internet Day 2014


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Safer Internet Day 2014 was celebrated on Tuesday 11th February 2014. This international annual event takes place every February to promote safe and responsible use of the internet and mobile phone technologies, especially amongst children and young people.

Just like with past years, the safer internet day celebrations included local, national and international events organised by a broad variety of organisations ranging from schools and youth clubs to industry, civil society and local and national government agencies.

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What happened in Ireland on Safer Internet Day 2014



Now in its 11th year Safer Internet Day is organised by Insafe and the theme for Safer Internet Day 2014 was "Let's create a better internet together". In Ireland Safer Internet Day is promoted by the PDST Technology in Education and Webwise.ie. It is also strongly supported by the Safer Internet Ireland Project.

To mark the day the Office for Internet Safety has published an information leaflet with key advice on how you can combat cyberbullying and how you can help others without putting yourself at risk. The leaflet was distributed to each Library Authority and made available in public libraries on Safer Internet Day.

(You will need to have Adobe Reader in order to view our SID 2014 Leaflet. Click here to download Adobe Reader.)

Click here to view our Safer Internet Day 2014 Leaflet

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For information on activities in Ireland to mark Safer Internet Day 2014 please see www.saferinternetday.ie.

For further information on Safer Internet Day 2014, please see www.saferinternetday.org.




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