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The latest UNICEF research shows that children begin using the internet under the age of six, with every third child exposed to some kind of disturbing content.

This alarming result prompted Telenor Srbija CEO Ingeborg Øfsthus and director of the UNICEF Office in Serbia, Michel Saint-Lot, to sign a contract with which they announced the official start of the project “Family Safety Net”.

This project will run for two years and will focus on the education of children aged four to eight, as well as their parents and teachers.

“As a leading telecommunications company, we are obliged to make sure our services are safe, especially when it comes to the youngest users,” said CEO Øfsthus.