WHO WE ARE
A BRIEF INTRODUCTION

The ICT Coalition for Children Online aims to help younger internet users across Europe to make the most of the online world and deal with any potential challenges and...

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Principle 1
Content

Some online content might not be appropriate for children and young people. Signatories should therefore...

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Principle 4
Child abuse or illegal contact

In the cases of child sexual abuse content (e.g. child sexual abuse images distributed on the internet) or illegal contact (e.g. online grooming), Signatories shall...

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WHAT WE DO
A MISSION STATEMENT

The first report on the implementation of ICT Principles is now available...

Members of the ICT Coalition for Children Online pledge to encourage...

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Principle 2
Parental controls

While it is recognised that parental controls have limitations and cannot replace parents’ engagement in their children’s online use, Signatories should, as relevant for their products or services, assist parents to limit their children’s exposure to...

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Principle 5
Privacy and control

Signatories will continue to comply with existing data protection and advertising rules and privacy rights as set out in the relevant legal dispositions. Furthermore, as appropriate, Signatories will...

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Principle 3
Dealing with abuse/misuse

Where online content or conduct may be illegal, harmful, offensive or inappropriate, Signatories should do the following for the services they offer...

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Principle 6
Education and awareness

Signatories will provide appropriate information and engage in activities to raise awareness of the safer use of connected devices and online services. The purpose of these activities will be to...

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