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Tencent moves further to help teens develop healthy online habits
Date:2018-07-18  Source:Xinhua

Chinese tech giant Tencent has launched a new program in its latest effort to help the country's increasingly digital-savvy teenagers develop healthy online habits and use the internet as a useful tool.

The company unveiled the Digital Natives Action (DN.A) program Saturday, a joint initiative with government authorities, universities, industry experts, and third-party organizations to help teenagers better navigate digital platforms.

The DN.A program starts with a wide range of network literacy courses and learning tools to teach teenagers how to manage their online time, find the right information, and avoid cyberspace risks.

Tencent Vice-President Yao Xiaoguang in an open letter called on teenagers to put down their electronic devices and spend at least one hour a week with their parents to enjoy some quality time with family.

Improving teenagers' capabilities to better use the internet is not only the responsibility of enterprises, society, and families but also might determine what kind of online world will be developed in the future, Yao said.

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