Reiterating its commitment to online safety, this International Safer Internet Day, Snap Inc. has released new research showing that in 2023, parents’ found it more difficult to keep up with their teens online activities, and parents’ trust in their teens to act responsibly online faltered.
In an ongoing effort to foster a safe environment on the platform, and on the occasion of Safer Internet Day, Twitter MENA launched حملة_تويتر_للسلامة# (#TwitterSafetyCampaign). An extension of Twitter’s 2019 MENA safety campaign, which focused on empowering people to identify and report spam.
In celebration of Safer Internet Day, Google and INJAZ Al-Arab hosted a virtual panel discussion to help students across the region to learn more about internet safety and digital citizenship. The “Online Safety Habits & Online Learning” discussion took place on Wednesday, 17 February 2021, with key speakers; Selim Edde,