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請支持「網路安全日Safer Internet Day」! 終止網路霸凌Block Bullying Online!

2009-02-02

註:本會web885諮詢熱線於去年增設了「網路霸凌相關議題」的諮詢類型,就法律面及心理面給予諮詢者建議與支持。想接受相關諮詢,請到web885諮詢熱線

 
線上科技已經快速地成為兒少特別喜愛的通訊方式。然而,他們必須知道及學會如何處理在網路世界中可能遇到的危險。由歐盟執委會與歐洲網路安全中心網絡 (INSAFE) 共同發起的「網路安全日」,今年 (2009 年 ) 將是第六年慶祝這個年度國際盛事。

在 2008 年,全球已有 56 個國家,總計超過 120 個組織及團體,一同參與慶祝「網路安全日」。這些團體籌畫了區域性、全國性及全歐洲性的活動,活動內容小至學校的安全研習會及兒少參與性的比賽,大到政府的會議及研討會。

今年「網路安全日」的主要活動將在盧森堡舉行,屆時,現任歐盟執委會資訊社會和媒體事務委員的維維亞娜·雷丁 (Viviane Reding) 將會出席參加。此次活動內容將特別著重於近年來在兒少生活中廣泛且迅速流行的現象 -- 社群網絡。

今年在網路安全日當天 (2 月 10 日 ) ,歐洲各大社群網站業者將會簽署一份協議,承諾在追求最大網路利益的同時,也會致力於控管所有可能對兒少造成的危險。

同時,為了加強兒少面對處理網路危險的能力,歐盟執委會將會在當天發起一個全歐洲的傳播宣傳活動,並曝光一支與網路霸凌議題相關的短片。因為網路霸凌正是兒少使用網路時最常遇到的問題之一。

活動背景 :「網路安全日」致力於促進使用網路、線上科技與手機時的安全,並打擊網路違法及有害資訊與行為。在歐洲有 60% 的父母擔心自己的小孩成為線上誘拐的受害者;另外有 54% 的父母擔心小孩可能遭受網路霸凌。

歐盟的「網路安全計畫」主要宗旨為提倡 ( 尤其是針對兒少 ) 安全地使用網路及新穎的線上科技,並且打擊令使用者厭惡的網路違法資訊與行為。

2008 年 12 月,歐盟通過了 2009 至 2013 年的新網路安全計畫,未來將會投入 55 萬歐元,為孩童打造一個更安全的網路空間。 INSAFE 是歐盟網路安全計畫下所成立的網絡,其主要工作在於提升大眾對於網路功能、線上危險及危機處理的意識,並向兒少、父母、學校、政策制訂者及大眾媒體等宣導網路安全方面的相關議題。在每個 INSAFE 網絡中心都設有諮詢熱線,讓兒少在網路上遭遇困難或煩惱時,可以透過諮詢熱線獲得適當的建議。

INHOPE 的使命在於支持及提升世界各地網路檢舉熱線的運作,確保每筆網路違法訊息檢舉案件能迅速的被處理,以促進網路成為一個更安全的空間。社會大眾可以檢舉任何網路違法資訊 ( 如:兒童遭受性虐待影像 ) 給檢舉熱線。檢舉熱線會保密的評估每個案件,並移交給相關的執法單位或網路服務提供者 (ISP) 以採取進一步的行動。

此推動「網路安全日」計畫由歐盟透過「網路安全特別計畫」共同出資促成。

更多 「網路安全日」相關 資訊請至: http://ec.europa.eu/saferinternet

檢舉網路違法資訊,請至web547 網路檢舉熱線: http://www.web547.org.tw/

Tuesday 10 February 2009: Take part in the Safer Internet Day

Online technologies have fast become a favourite way for young people to communicate. However, they need to be aware of the potential risks they may encounter in the online environment, and know how to deal with them if they arise. The European Commission and INSAFE, the network of European Safer Internet Centres, has initiated the Safer Internet Day, an annual international event that will be celebrated in 2009 for the sixth time.

In 2008 over 120 organisations from 56 countries took part in Safer Internet Day celebrations, organising local, national and pan-European events ranging from safety sessions in schools and competitions for young people to public meetings and conferences.

The flagship event of Safer Internet Day 2009 will take place in Luxembourg and will be attended by Viviane Reding, European Commissioner for Information Society and Media. It will focus particularly on social networking, a phenomenon which has been quickly and widely adopted by young people in recent years.

On 10 February 2009, the main social networking sites active in Europe will sign an agreement in which industry will commit itself to maximize the benefits of the internet while managing the potential risks to children and young people.

To empower children and young people to deal with these risks, on Safer Internet Day the Commission will launch a Europe-wide communication campaign and unveil a video clip on cyber-bullying, one of the most frequently encountered online problems for young people using the internet.

The background:
Safer Internet Day aims at promoting a safer use of the internet, online technologies and mobile phones, and the fight against illegal or harmful content and conduct. 60% of European parents are worried that their child might become a victim of online grooming and 54% that their children could be bullied online.

As part of a coherent approach by the European Union, the Safer Internet programme aims to promote safer use of the Internet and new online technologies,particularly for children, and to fight against illegal content and content unwanted by the end-user.

In December 2008 the EU adopted a new Safer Internet Programme for 2009-2013 which dedicates 55 million to making the internet a safer place for children.

The INSAFE network has been established by the EU Safer Internet Programme to raise awareness of uses, risks and ways of dealing with risks online and address children, parents, schools, policy-makers and media. The national centres are complemented by helplines where children can receive advice on online-related experiences and troubles.

The mission of INHOPE is to support and enhance the performance of Internet Hotlines around the world, ensuring swift action is taken in responding to reports of illegal action, making the internet a safer place.

A Hotline is where the general public can report illegal internet content such as child sexual abuse images. The Hotline confidentially assesses each report, referring illegal material onto the relevant law enforcement agencies or Internet Service Providers for further action.

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