Cyberbullying among young people is a 2016 report, published by the European Parliament.
This study provides an overview of the extent, scope and forms of cyberbullying in the EU taking into account the age and gender of victims and perpetrators as well as the medium used. Commissioned by the Policy Department for Citizens' Rights and Constitutional Affairs at the request of the LIBE Committee, the study illustrates the legal and policy measures on cyberbullying adopted at EU and international levels and delineates the EU role in this area. An analysis of legislation and policies aimed at preventing and fighting this phenomenon across the 28 EU Member States is also presented.
The study outlines the variety of definitions of cyberbullying across EU Member States and the similarities and differences between cyberbullying, traditional bullying and cyber aggression. Moreover, it presents successful practices on how to prevent and combat cyberbullying in nine selected EU Member States and puts forward recommendations for improving the response at EU and Member State levels.
(Source: The European Union)
There are many apps that allow users to determine Internet speed but none that let users know if they have access.
The Open Observatory of Network Interference (OONI), a free software, is a global observation network for detecting censorship, surveillance and traffic manipulation on the Internet. It allows users to discover whether they have Internet freedom or not.
Explore OONI data brings you to a world map and country information.
(Source: eCarto News)