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Some projects of digital literacy and internet threats in Slovakia

-Zodpovedne.sk – focuses on safe and responsible usage of the internet, mobile phones and new online technologies. eSlovensko, an NGO running the project with other partners, has produced various printed educational materials to match the interest and level of understanding of the target groups, as well as animated prevention stories at Ovce.sk (which have been already broadcast abroad). It also runs four websites:www.zodpovedne.sk,www.sheeplive.eu,www.stopline.sk, www.ovce.sk

-Zodpovedne.sk – focuses on safe and responsible usage of the internet, mobile phones and new online technologies. eSlovensko, an NGO running the project with other partners, has produced various printed educational materials to match the interest and level of understanding of the target groups, as well as animated prevention stories at Ovce.sk (which have been already broadcast abroad). It also runs four websites:www.zodpovedne.sk,www.sheeplive.eu,www.stopline.sk, www.ovce.sk

-Good to know – another step by Google with the aim of increasing internet literacy and protecting internet users. The website is a source of useful information on how to use the internet and online services safely, how to protect against risks as well as how to react to unexpected situations.

-e-deti (e-children) – an educational campaign that follows on the activities of mobile operator Orange Slovensko aimed at protecting children from the risks of communication technologies.

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