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PROTECTING MINORS IN THE DIGITAL ENVIRONMENT

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iCmedia, Federation of Associations for the Quality of the Media, promotes the creation of circles of trust among the agents of the audiovisual sector, promotes media and information literacy, advises different organizations in the sector and participates in numerousEuropean projects and initiatives for the protection of users, especially minors, in the digital environment .

Creation of the working group for the new Self-Regulation Code

Last Monday, April 8, iCmedia participated in a new sectorial meeting for the creation of the new Self-Regulatory Code. At this meeting, which took place at the headquarters of the CNMC in Madrid, the working group was created, which will be responsible for implementing this new...

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Introducing Break The Chain

Break The Chain is a project created by iCmedia and funded by Erasmus+ that aims to help adults identify the impact of fake news and misinformation on their behavior and find ways to change this situation. From an approach...

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Responsible Influence" course in Los Tilos school

During the 4th, 11th and 18th of March, iCmedia has given its cycle of conferences "Responsible Influence" for the 6th grade students of Los Tilos school. During the first session "Responsible Influencers", the students identified the social networks...

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defending USERS' rights SINCE 1992

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Media literacy

Courses and workshops aimed at children, families and educators to promote responsibility, combat misinformation and improve digital coexistence.

Projects and Initiatives

Participation in national and international projects to promote initiatives that bring about changes and favor the improvement of the audiovisual sector.

Presence in the sector

Member of different organizations and working groups that give voice to the concerns of civil society regarding the protection of minors in the digital environment.

Our latest projects

iCmedia participates in different European and national projects to promote responsible digital use, combat misinformation and promote media literacy and digital competitiveness.

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