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Hong Kong housewives strive to be Internet ambassadors
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15:03, July 31, 2009

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Hong Kong SAR Government will allocate 63 million HKD to launch Internet education activities which provide 500 “Internet ambassadors” positions. Many housewives in Hong Kong were attracted to this job opportunity to promote healthy use of the Internet.

The activities will be formally launched in September and last for one year. The “Internet ambassadors” will promote how to protect personal privacy and intellectual property rights to teenagers and other information, to help them avoid "Internet addiction".

By People's Daily Online



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