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Examples include Know IT All For employee contact list Primary and Know IT All for Secondary, Think U Know, , Digital literacy and e-safety, and The responsibility for the production of these resources includes UKCCIS, the Training and Development Agency for Schools Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP). Tip 5: Reinforcement of the digital code The Government that children and young people need to be aware of the employee contact list risks in the online world and how to manage such risk. In 2010 various campaigns were introduced to promote online safety; one such campaign from The UK Council for Child Internet Safety (UKCCIS) was its 'Zip It, Block It, Flag It' digital employee contact list code, advertised in print, online, TV, radio, and as posters in public areas near schools.
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