Today (Feb 7), the Media Literacy Council (MLC) kicked off Better Internet Campaign, a four-month campaign focused on promoting responsible online habits and safe Internet use.

Incidentally Feb 7 is also Safer Internet Day, worldwide.

The Council has planned a series of outreach and awareness programmes targeted at active Internet users aged aged 15 to 35.

With the Internet gaining increasing prominence in our everyday lives, outreach events aimed at raising awareness on cyberwellness will be held at secondary schools and tertiary institutions.

Personal stories and experiences of cyberbullying, told from both the perspective of both bully and victim, will also be posted on the campaign website at

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