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Highlights of the Better Internet Campaign 2015

The Better Internet Campaign 2015 featured 50 individuals and groups, who in their own way, made a better internet. These individuals exhibited the values of respect, empathy, responsibility and integrity in their online interactions.

As part of Better Internet Campaign 2015, Facebook and MLC launched the Bullying Prevention Hub; a series of practical tips and conversation starters for youths, parents and educators to deal with disagreements for a better internet experience.

The campaign also featured the iZ HERO Challenge20015, an interactive programme that provided young children (6-13 years) with a fun learning space to become independent and responsible digital media users. 

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Learn More: Advocates of Internet Safety

What should social norms look like online? Why post positive stuff? How can we agree to disagree? How to deal with nasty comments? What should parents watch out for in the digital playground? We get some views.

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Ms Andrea Weckerle

Ms Andrea Weckerle, Founder, CiviliNation, Author of “Civility in the Digital Age: How Companies and People Can Triumph over Haters, Trolls, Bullies and Other Jerks"


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Professor Tan Cheng Han

Chairman of the Media Literacy Council for the 1st and 2nd term

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Mr Effendy Ibrahim

Internet Safety Advocate

Ambassadors of Safer Internet Day 2015

We trawled social media and found 50 individuals and groups, who in their own way, made a better internet by exhibiting the values of respect, responsibility, empathy and integrity in their online interactions. Here are 4 of these individuals!