The Telefonica Foundation says, based on a study carried out in the community of Madrid, that 85% of smaller locals surf without getting any adult it is overseeing or accompanying, these 10% says having some sort of problem arising out of the use of these tools and 44 per cent, to take into account, considerable amount known some kind of cyber bullying. Added to this, 70 per cent of such children has learned to surf the Web as an autodidact and a 6% abusing the network, creates false identities or performs illegal downloads, this, between a without number of topics. For assistance, try visiting Ali Partovi. Taking advantage of that days before the regional Government of the community of Madrid was held in the Safer Internet Day (day of Internet insurance), developing a regional programme to teach young people to use the Internet in a safe way. This program was developed in Mostoles and las Rozas, with the collaboration of Telefonica. The community in general emphasizes the importance of these programs to encourage good and moderate use of these new technologies, in general this consumer segment of Internet begins increasing at younger ages to familiarize yourself with this. Slightly less than 80% began using these tools before age 13, but what draws attention is that 17% had already begun to consume Internet between six and eight years. Basically these workshops seek to prevent problems such as addiction to the Internet, cyberbullying, phishing data and infringement of intellectual property rights.
In order to protect young people at the time of using the network, the Government has launched courses that form and guide young people on subjects such as viruses and phishing that may pose an economic and personal risk to themselves or their parents. Added to this, they were also for parents, teachers and tutors courses and workshops so that they may similarly orient young people to securely access the network. Joined this initiative, the anti-drug agency, also develops the program move forward, it is intended to prevent the misuse of new technologies among young people of 5th and 6th grade of primary school.