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Las empresas se unen para crear los primeros principios liderados por el sector y de ámbito europeo para mejorar la seguridad online de los niños

BRUSELAS, January 19, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --


La Coalición ICT para un Internet más seguro para los niños y la gente joven ha anunciado hoy sus principios rectores para el desarrollo de productos y servicios para mejorar activamente la seguridad online de los niños y la gente joven.

25 empresas del sector de la tecnología de la información y las comunicaciones son los firmantes de los principios cuyo objetivo es garantizar que los niños y la gente joven obtengan el mayor beneficio de las nuevas tecnologías, al mismo tiempo que evitan los desafíos y los riesgos que preocupan a la gente en todo el mundo.

Los principios se centran en áreas clave como contenido, control de los padres, gestionar el abuso/mal uso, contenido de abuso sexual infantil o contactos ilegales, privacidad y control, así como educación y concienciación. Los firmantes se comprometen a:

  • desarrollar formas innovadoras de mejorar la seguridad online y animar al uso responsable de Internet y los dispositivos de acceso a Internet por parte de los niños y la gente joven;
  • capacitar a los padres y cuidadores para que se impliquen y protejan a sus hijos;
  • ofrecer información fácilmente accesible, clara y transparente sobre seguridad y comportamiento online;
  • concienciar sobre cómo y a quién informar de abusos y preocupaciones.

Hay más detalles disponibles sobre los principios ICT y las acciones para realizar por los firmantes en: http://www.gsma-documents.com/safer_mobile/ICT_Principles.pdf.

Los principios ICT se han establecido deliberadamente a un nivel conceptual para permitir la más amplia variedad posible de empresas -desde operadores de redes hasta fabricantes de dispositivos, proveedores de contenidos, motores de búsqueda y muchos más- para que sean signatarias y garantizar que la seguridad infantil sea una parte integral de sus productos y servicios. Los principios difieren de otras iniciativas en curso porque ofrecen una hoja de ruta a largo plazo para un desarrollo más seguro y cubren todos los aspectos del acceso y el uso de Internet y sus servicios.

Los firmantes empezarán a implantar los principios en 2012 y se está creando una plataforma para los interesados para garantizar que los firmantes del sector obtengan información de una amplia variedad de participantes, incluyendo defensores del menor y representantes nacionales. La Coalición ICT apoya totalmente las iniciativas relacionadas del vicepresidente de la Comisión Europea, Neelie Kroes.

Los firmantes iniciales de los principios aparecen enumerados a continuación. Representan a una amplia variedad de tecnologías que incluye móviles, telecomunicaciones, juegos sociales, fabricantes, proveedores de contenidos e ISP. Estos harán un llamamiento a otros interesados para que muestren su apoyo a la seguridad infantil uniéndose a la Coalición ICT y adoptando los principios.

Las empresas que quieran unirse a la Coalición ICT y adoptar los principios deben ponerse en contacto con Andrea Parola, [email protected].

     Firmantes                             Contacto de prensa
     AVG                                   [email protected], US GSM 
                                           +1-415-299-2945
     British Telecom                       Michael Jarvis: [email protected]
     bwin.party digital entertainment plc  [email protected]
     Deutsche Telekom AG                   Andreas Middel [email protected]
     Facebook                              [email protected]
     France Telecom - Orange               Nicole Clarke: [email protected]
                                           Sylvie Duho: [email protected]
     Google                                Al Verney [email protected]
     Hyves                                 Rebecca Rijnders: [email protected]
     LG Electronics                        Doohaeng Lee [email protected]
     Massive Media NV                      [email protected]
     Nasza Klasa Sp. z o.o                 Joanna Gajewska: [email protected]
     Nokia                                 [email protected] / +358-7180-34900
     Portugal Telecom                      [email protected] / +351-215-002-000
     RIM                                   [email protected]
     Royal KPN N.V.                        Patrick Mikkelsen [email protected]
     skyrock.com                           Julie Rambaud - [email protected]
     Stardoll                              Joan Lockwood: [email protected]
     TalkTalk                              [email protected] +44-20-3417-1383
     TDC                                   Lasse Bastkjær: [email protected]
     Telecom Italia                        http://www.telecomitalia.com/media
                                           +39-06-3688-2610
     Telefónica                            [email protected] +34-91-482-38-00
     Telenor ASA                           Tor Odland: [email protected]
     TeliaSonera                           [email protected] +46-771-77-58-30
     Unibet                                [email protected]
     Vodafone                              Relaciones con los medios: Telf.:
                                           +44-(0)-1635-664444
 


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