Microsoft finds that British internet users are 'nicest' - The INQUIRER

NEW RESEARCH shows that Brits are the nicest people on the internet, according to flippin' Microsoft. We can only assume they've excluded us from their findings. The Digital Civility Index, released to coincide with Internet Safety Day, saw the cretins ...and more »

US and UK among the most civil nations online, Microsoft says - Engadget

Today is "Safer Internet Day," so Microsoft has released some stats showing relative safety and civility by nation. It turns out that people find each other pretty civil online in the US, as the nation placed third on Microsoft's "Digital Civility ...and more »

Microsoft Honors Safer Internet Day with Launch of Digital Citizenship Campaign - EdTech Magazine: Focus on Higher Education

The tech giant offers guidelines and support to make a safer online experience for children. by Meghan Bogardus Cortez Twitter. Meghan is an associate editor with EdTech: Focus on K–12. She enjoys following all the ways technology is constantly ...and more »

On 'Safer Internet Day', Microsoft challenges everyone to embrace “digital civility” - OnMSFT (blog)

A Microsoft research shows people are concerned about the tone of online interactions and worry that risks will increase in the future. The research has prompted the company to create a Digital Civility Index – a new measure of people's safety online ...and more »

One third of internet users have experienced 'sexual risk' while interacting online - Irish Independent

Three in ten online users - both adults and teenagers - have been exposed to “sexual risk” when interacting on the web. According to a Microsoft-led survey, this threat was led by “unwanted sexting” (received or sent, 24pc) and “sexual solicitation ...and more »

Microsoft commits to “Digital Civility” on Safer Internet Day - IT News Africa

Today, the 7th of February, is international Safer Internet Day (SID). It is a day on which people and organisations from around the world pledge to promote safer and more responsible use of technology, particularly with respect to children and young ...and more »

Microsoft introduces Digital Civility Index; encourages people to be civil online - TWCN Tech News (blog)

On the occasion of Safer Internet Day, Microsoft is all set challenging people around the world to embrace “Digital Civility.” Frankly speaking, this is one of the best online concepts I have come across in a long time. Digital Civility encourages ...and more »

Forget the trolls, Brits are the nicest people on the internet - TrustedReviews

Although it might be hard to believe at times, United Kingdom residents are the most respectful and civil when it comes to online interaction, according to new research from Microsoft. Published on Internet Safety Day 2017, the Digital Civility Index ...and more »

Microsoft promotes digital civility on the occasion of Safer Internet Day - Hindustan Times

Microsoft is challenging people around the world to embrace 'digital civility' and treat each other with respect and dignity online, on the occasion of Safer Internet Day (SID). SID is an international day of action, organized every February, to ...and more »

UK and Australia among the Most Civil Nations Online, Microsoft Reports - PCQuest

Microsoft has released some stats showing relative safety and civility by nation on “Safer Internet Day,”. According to the stats, people in the UK find each other pretty civil online as the nation has been placed first on Microsoft's “Digital Civility ...and more »