(Photo: Eszter Gordon)
The International Child’s Safety Service (ICSS) hosted the VI th conference on the impact of the Internet on children and young people on 29-30 September.
During the two days, 26 professionals invited from education, media, government, science, industry and civil society gave fifteen-minute lectures grouped on different topics. Four speakers gave their lectures online.
The conference could be followed online on the Child Rescue Service and Safer Internet website and Facebook pages. The performances will be available on the ICSS’s YouTube page in October.
Mary Aiken, a world-renowned expert in forensic cyberpsychology joined the conference online. A special feature of the conference was that during one of the breaks, Mary Aiken’s book - "How Does Online Space Change Human Behavior?" - was presented.
Photo: Eszter Gordon