Get Safe Online promote their awareness week with Media Agency Group

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Get Safe Online are running a nationwide campaign to make sure everyone knows how to stay safe and secure when using the internet.

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“Get Safe Online Week is definitely not about taking the fun out of being connected online, but about making sure everyone knows how to stay how to stay safe and secure when using it."

The Media Agency Group are running an integrated Outdoor and Radio advertising campaign to raise awareness of Get Safe Online and encourage visitation to their Click & Tell Roadshow.

Get Safe Online Week hits the UK from the 22nd – 26th October. A team of industry experts will tour cities across the UK during the Click & Tell Roadshow to spread the word about being secure whilst online.

The high impact campaign will run for two weeks and includes roadside 6 sheets, 48 sheets and telephone boxes supported by a radio airtime campaign on the Capital FM network, Choice FM, Gold London, Cool FM and Total Forth.

This year Get Safe Online wants everyone to ‘Click & Tell’ - check out the advice on the Get Safe Online website, pick up a few online safety tips and pass them on to friends, family, colleagues, neighbours or even strangers who may benefit from the advice.

Each day, the Get Safe Online tour bus will be visiting schools, universities and city centres in Cardiff, London, Leeds, Edinburgh and Belfast to hand out free advice on how to keep secure online.

Tony Neate, CEO of Get Safe Online, says: “Put simply, the internet is one of the greatest inventions the world has ever seen. It has so much to offer us all. Get Safe Online Week is definitely not about taking the fun out of being connected online, but about making sure everyone knows how to stay safe and secure when using it. We want to get as many people as possible sharing their experiences to make more people aware of how to protect themselves, their friends and family online.”

For more information visit http://www.getsafeonline.org
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