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The internet is a public, chaotic space used by billions of people with a wide range of life experiences, personal intentions and opinions. One of the most important features of the internet is that it does not belong to any country, organisation or person. All users can freely create, share, find and edit information.

Children and young people are also part of this ever-growing virtual space, already at primary school age and certainly some earlier. For them, growing up and learning without the internet is unimaginable. They use it in their free time to watch videos (93%*), play games, chat…

Sascha Bardua

Creative Technologist at Taikonauten in Berlin. Passionate about preparing children for the digital world while playing outside.

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