14 May 2019 - 11h59
The association Action Innocence Monaco (AIMC) unveiled yesterday its new clip presentation to the Club of Foreign Residents of Monaco in the presence of Marie-Pierre Gramaglia, Minister of Public Works, the Environment and Urban Developmentand than other political figures. A four-minute video with a strong message about the power of social networks.
Commonality of violence, harassment, pedophilia, data manipulation and porn revenge (sexually explicit content that is publicly shared online without the consent of the person or persons appearing on the content) were the topics addressed by the clip through the story of four different teenagers: Antoine, Marie, Lisa, Nina. “The internet and social networks have had the effect of freeing speech but not always in the best way. Most often on condition of anonymity, people disinhibit, lose all filters and empathy, “says the association.
Through this video, AIMC seeks to raise public awareness and create a link between children and adults. Break the loneliness and open a space for dialogue is essential to prevent the risks involved in using the web. Today, no one is safe, one can be the prey and the executioner. “Will you be the next victim? “, A single sentence at the end of the clip, which raises questions and remains unresolved.
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