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Safer Internet Day 2023: Case Of Protecting The Children On The Technology Jungle

Internet Society Gender Standing Group Zimbabwe Chapter Partners With Stellenbosch Municipality To Provide Awareness In Safe Internet Use By Wadzanai Chihombori-Ndlovu In a world where technology is advancing at a rapid pace, the internet has become an integral part of our daily lives. From social media to online banking, shopping, and education, the internet has revolutionised the way we interact, work and learn. But with the benefits of the internet come a range of online dangers, from cyberbullying and identity theft to online scams and misinformation. This is where Safer Internet Day comes in. Celebrated annually on the second day of February, Safer Internet Day is a global event aimed at promoting a safer and more secure online environment for all users, particularly young people.

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