Tech.mt participates in Junior College Wellbeing and Sports Festival to promote ‘Digital Wellbeing’

27th February 2020 

‘Technology has become an integral component of daily life, however, going online can also pose challenges for young people,’ Tech.mt says.

Tech.mt, an agency created by the Government and the Malta Chamber of Commerce, participated in Junior College’s Wellbeing and Sports Festival to promote the “importance of Digital Wellbeing”.

The agency is tasked with promoting Malta’s strategy on Innovative Technology.

“Technology has become an integral component of daily life, however, going online can also pose challenges for young people. Our digital wellbeing can be influenced by the choices we make online, the content we see and the interactions we have with others,” a spokesperson said.

“We believe technology should play a helpful, useful role in people’s lives and thus we are committed to ensure that youths understand the fundamentals of being safe and responsible digital citizens.”


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