BullGuard partners with BeatBullying to help children stay safe online

BeatBullying provides young people with a safe place to access real-time, online support from trained mentors
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BullGuard will be helping to stamp out cyber bullying at anti-bullying charity’s virtual march.

BeatBullying provides young people aged 11-17 with a safe place to access real-time, online support from trained mentors, who are young people their own age they can talk to.

As a partner for its Big March event, during which hundreds of thousands of people will march across global websites to help put an end to bullying in both the real world and online, BullGuard will be hosting a tent and creating an avatar at the virtual Big March Park.

Inside the tent BullGuard will provide resources for both children and parents on how to feel safe online, as well as outlining the benefits of parental control software to show how these tools can offer significant peace of mind without compromising an enjoyable online experience.

Individuals can create their own avatar at the BeatBullying website, find out more about the cause and add their names to the e-petition.

These avatars, including those of celebrities and well-known public figures, will be brought together to “march” across participating partner websites over a 48-hour period starting at 8am on 11th June.

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