“We see that we have a big role to play”
“We provide access to the internet, so we also need to take responsibility for what happens on the internet”
In November 2016, Head of sustainability at Telia Company, Anne Larilahti, was interviewed about how Telia as an internet provider and employer can help in the fight against child sexual abuse and child sexual abuse material being spread online. She also spoke about how this helps Telia’s work with the UN Sustainable Development Goals, Agenda 2030. Telia spoke at #skillnadpåriktigt in Stockholm in November 2016.
#skillnadpåriktigt is NetClean’s annual seminar aimed to highlight those that make a real difference in the fight against child sexual abuse.
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