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Get Safe Online Tok Pisin Website Launched

The Get -Safe- Online Tok Pisin website was officially launched on Monday the 17th of May, to commemorate the World Telecommunication & Information Society Day, with the theme, ‘Accelerating digital transformation in challenging times’,

Get -Safe- Online Tok Pisin website
Get -Safe- Online Tok Pisin website

Get Safe Online website provides simple, helpful tips on a wide range of online security issues – from password protection, to making safe online transactions, to being aware of misinformation and fake news.

The Ambassadors of the Get Safe Online (GSO) with the Office of Censorship, Cyril, Angela and Delly, explained their roles and importance of online safety and security during the launch, adding, businesses and the community need to better understand the internet, including its risks.

“We raise awareness amongst people within our reach – our colleagues, families, school children – telling them of the possible dangers when accessing the internet,” says Angela.

“They can then be aware of the safety measures and apply them to avoid being victims of hacking or scams,” adds Delly.

Cyril notes that “we live in a changing world” and a key role of Get Safe Online Ambassadors is to support the community to adapt to these changes online.”

The Ambassadors are encouraging parents to play an active role in their children’s online activity to help them stay safe online, and to be part of what their children are doing, and hope the new Tok Pisin resource will support businesses and the community to use and enjoy the online world safely.

(To access website go to: https://www.getsafeonline.org.pg/tokpisin/)

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