Company educates children to resolve digital conflicts

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As technology and the internet becomes a part of everyday life for children of an increasingly young age, we have seen initiatives designed to keep them safe as they are exposed to all parts of the internet. For example, the Swiss chatbot which pops up and teaches children about online safety, relaying the information of the child’s progress to the parents. Similarly, Bark is an online monitoring system which notifies parents when their child might be at risk. Agree Online is a scheme which takes a different angle on internet safety, focusing on the effects of cyberbullying and online conflicts, and acknowledging that many children lack the digital skills to resolve them. They aim to equip children with the knowledge required to prevent online conflicts from spiraling out of control.

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