31 Jan 2019 Danielle Antha

Jacqueline Beauchere, Chief Online Safety Officer, Microsoft:

“As people across the globe live richer, more connected lives, there has never been a more crucial time for all of us to help shape a safer, more civil digital world. On Safer Internet Day people can stop and reflect as to what they experience and how they act online. Microsoft first supported Safer Internet Day 16 years ago, when many of the world’s most popular platforms had yet to enter our lives. To mark SID this year, Microsoft is releasing its latest Digital Civility Index, and we challenge everyone around the world to promote digital civility by: living the Golden Rule, respecting differences, pausing before replying, and standing up for oneself and others. Together we make the internet a safer, more respectful and more empathetic place. Learn more at:”

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