All Fun and Games? A Safer Internet Day

If you are not familiar with safer internet day, perhaps you should be.

It has become a worldwide event, coordinated in the UK by the Safer Internet Centre.

This day is now celebrated in more than 150 countries across the world.

The event happens every year on a Tuesday, in mid-February. This year it will be on February 8th.

It aims to promote the safe, positive and responsible use of internet technologies, especially among children and young people.

This year’s theme for safer internet day is All fun and games? Exploring respect and relationships online and it focuses on online gaming, chat functions, streaming and of course, video. It aims to celebrate the role that young people have in creating a safer internet regardless of how they choose to use it, be it creating content or simply chatting with family and friends.

The safer internet day is also looking to inspire a nationwide discussion about how people can use technology in a more respectful, critical and creative way.

Since most of our work here at 8848 revolves around the internet, we are strong advocates for a safer and more responsible internet for everyone.

From our digital department, creating stunning digital campaigns and handling our customers’ GDPR compliant data, to our social media team, building engagement campaigns across different social media channels.

We know that our dependency on the internet is ever growing and so do our clients.

Having the best practices in place when navigating and promoting businesses is crucial for a successful campaign and optimal reach.

Contact Us:

If you are looking for a way of safely promoting your brand but don’t really know where to start, get in touch with our team.

Be it digital, social or PR we have you covered so that your business thrives and complies with the latest rules and regulations for a safe and engaging brand promotion and awareness.

You can contact us via email, call us at 01902 907520 or pay us a visit at the farm.








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