As a major provider of telecommunications, TV and online services, Orange is closely involved in a number of partnerships at both national and international level aimed at ensuring a safer online experience for children. As part of this commitment, we are implementing progressively the following concrete steps across our European footprint.
simple and efficient reporting tools for our users
age appropriate privacy settings
wider use of content classification
wider availability and use of parental controls
Orange is closely cooperating with local NGO's to improve the safety of children when they browse the internet.
This covers the implementation of reporting tools as well as abusive contents tracing by NGO's themselves and reporting to Orange. Please find below the informations about your local NGO's taking care of Child rights.
BEE SECURE tries to raise awareness about online risks for kids, youngsters,parents and teachers. L’initiative BEE SECURE englobe les actions au niveau de la sensibilisation à une utilisation plus sécurisée des nouvelles technologies de l’information et communication. www.bee-secure.lu
Missing Children Europe is the European Federation for Missing and Sexually Exploited Children. As an umbrella organisation, it represents 28 Non Governmental Organisations (NGOs) active in 19 Member States of the European Union and Switzerland. Each of these organisations is active in cases of missing and/or sexually exploited children at grassroots level, including prevention and support for victims. www.missingchildreneurope.eu
INHOPE and its member hotlines are the one-stop shop for reporting illegal online content. The one area of role and remit that binds all our hotline members together is the desire to stamp out the distribution of child sexual abuse material (what is legally defined as 'child pornography') .www.inhope.org
Insafe is a European network of Awareness Centres promoting safe, responsible use of the Internet and mobile devices to young people. It is co-funded by the Safer Internet Programme. www.saferinternet.org