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Have you stumbled upon disturbing content while surfing the Internet or using telecommunication technologies? With NetAlert you can anonymously (or not) report any shocking content you may have encountered on the Internet or received via telecommunication networks. If you decide not to remain anonymous, we will be able to keep you informed about what happened to your notification. All reports are processed and analysed so that the appropriate measures can be taken. NetAlert wants to make the Internet a safer place by fighting against cybercrime. Thank you very much for your help. It is only with reports such as this one that we can be efficient.
If you are a child or teenager, or if your request concerns children or teenagers, you can call Pro Juventute in case of emergency: 147, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. If you feel you are the victim of a crime and need psychological help, please contact the victim support centre in your canton (https://www.opferhilfe-schweiz.ch/en/where-can-i-find-support/).
NetAlert is an initiative of One Laptop Per Child (Switzerland), a Swiss association based in Geneva. (While the association is networked with the worldwide "One Laptop per Child" movement, there are no legal dependencies.)

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29, rue Sautter
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info@olpc.ch

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