The Websters regularly have to deal with unpleasant situations on the internet. They are confronted with all kinds of things, from online challenges to excessive roaming charges and mobile phone addiction. The adventures of this fictitious family are part of a prevention campaign by a number of federal agencies and the Swiss Crime Prevention organisation designed to raise awareness among the Swiss public about the everyday challenges in the digital world.
In close cooperation with the media industry, the OFCOM is drawing up a national action plan (NAP) for the safety of media professionals in Switzerland. The measures are aimed in four directions: Protection against threats and hate speech on the net, physical protection, protection against abusive legal actions and better recognition of the role and profession of media professionals.
DAB+ and internet radio make up three quarters of overall radio use, with young people preferring IP radio and older listeners tuning in via DAB+. For every 100 minutes of radio listened to in cars, 62 are transmitted digitally.
The Federal Office of Communications (OFCOM) is active in the media, telecommunications & postal services and information society sectors in Switzerland. The Office ensures a stable and progressive communications infrastructure and lays the foundations for a strong Swiss media center.
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