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Posted on 05-08-2006
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Ricky Martin tapes videos for internet safety campaign sponsored by Microsoft


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NEW YORK, NY -- Ricky Martin stars in videos for the Navega Protegido campaign, a regional effort to promote online safety for children, sponsored by Microsoft Latin America and the Ricky Martin Foundation.



As part of this historic partnership, called Navega Protegido, the Goodwill Ambassador to UNICEF, taped three educational multimedia videos (each one in English, Spanish and Portuguese). The videos aim to provide minors, parents and teachers useful tools to protect themselves against sexual predators, identity theft, child pornography and violent content, among other risks in the Internet.



This high-impact regional partnership unites Martin's humanitarian work, advocating for children's rights globally through his Foundation, and Microsoft, a company with a history of corporate social responsibility, to jointly provide protection for children against the imminent dangers of cyberspace.



"The three educational videos are a practical prevention tool to make the Internet a safer space for children. By educating parents, teachers and minors about the risks of the Internet, we can prevent abuses against children," said Ricky Martin, who is currently on a musical tour throughout Europe.



Meanwhile, Felipe Lemaitre Carabias, Director of Security Initiatives in Latin America, pointed out that the videos will be ready in August or September. "Microsoft Latin America is pleased to share one of the first steps we have taken as part of our partnership to help reach our objective: providing a trustworthy environment while surfing the Internet. We encourage the private sector, governments, international organizations and non-profit organizations to become action partners to prevent the dangers and potential crimes children face online."



The two children videos address children seven to 11 years old. The adult video addresses parents, teachers and family mentors. A key element of this campaign is the website, where users can find more ...
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