US expert talks Azerbaijani children about online safety

Tue 20 November 2012 10:14 GMT | 14:14 Local Time

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The Baku European Lyceum has held an open class to discuss Internet safety for children, combating cybercrime against children, as well as social networks.

The lesson involved students of the lyceum, head of the Department of Public Information of the UN Office in Azerbaijan, Enver Selimovic. Larry Magit, an American expert on online child safety, expert of magazine Forbes, and journalist, also joined the event via online video bridge from San Francisco.

At the lesson Magit provided recommendations to prevent Internet dangers for children, in particular, to strengthen the parent control over children's communication in virtual space.

The lesson also  noted the importance of the full privacy of the child and prevention of leakage of data in the Internet.

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