Making Online Gaming Safer for Children

Track: Children Game Safety
When: Wed DS-1
Organizers Khaled Fattal Khaled Fattal

Setting the scene and direction on how to make Online Gaming Safer for Children (and how the community can help)

MLi Group Chairman Khaled Fattal to deliver the keynote address and throw the gauntlet to challenge the Open security summit techie army to come up with a solution that will help make online game playing safer, especially for children.

With more children than ever playing games online today, and with the recent horror stories reported in the news exposing this growing threat to children, such as the tragic murder of 14 year old gamer Breck Bednar, we believe making the online game playing safer for children is not just the responsibility of parents but also the Corporate Social Responsibility of all online gaming sector players.

Fattal will also be calling on the online game sector as well as other sectors’ leaders and stakeholders that they need to do a lot more to show their seriousness and sincerity to making online game playing safer for children beyond the usual lip service CSR / PR.

Khaled Fattal will set the stage by calling on and inspiring the summit techie geniuses to dig in, work together, and come up with a solution that can be easily used by parents, children and industry players and which can contribute to making online game playing safer, especially for children.

For more information or to support this philanthropic initiative contact Keynote speaker Khaled Fattal or summit organizer Dinis Cruz

By Khaled Fattal, MLi Group chairman

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