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LATICS SUPPORTING SAFER INTERNET DAY

10 February 2015

Stamp out social media abuse and create a better internet together with Latics.

Today, Tuesday 10th February 2015, millions of people across the UK and globally are celebrating Safer Internet Day, including everyone at Wigan Athletic.

Coordinated in the UK by the UK Safer Internet Centre, the day is a great opportunity to talk to your family and friends about the safe and positive use of technology, and to share a smile to help create a kinder online community.

This year’s theme is ‘Let’s create a better internet together’ and provides a great opportunity for everyone to explore the responsibility we all have to help create a kinder online community.

We hope you enjoy using the internet to connect and interact with Latics and Latics supporters and ask you to continue using the internet in a responsible way across all of our social networks.

Safer Internet Day is supported by the Premier League and the Football Association, and hundreds of schools and organisations right across the UK.

Help make the internet a better place this Safer Internet Day

1. Help stamp out online abuse by reporting any bullying, trolling or hate crime you see. Find out how to report on the most popular social networks at www.saferinternet.org.uk/safety-tools.

2. Talk to your children, friends or family about what to do if anything worries them online, and look out for each other online.

3. Make the internet a better place by doing something kind online. What can you do this Safer Internet Day? Join the #Up2Us campaign and make a Safer Internet Day promise.

Visit the UK Safer Internet Centre website (www.saferinternet.org.uk) where you can take the quiz, see what’s happening for the day, and find out more about what you can do to help keep your friends and family safer online.  Join the conversation at #SID2015

Safer Internet Day is organised in the UK by the UK Safer Internet Centre, which is a partnership of three charitable organisations, Childnet International, the South West Grid for Learning and the Internet Watch Foundation.

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