|Is there a fully implemented hotline in the Member State?||Yes||A hotline service provided by the Save the Children Finland. The servive is a part of the Finnish Safer Internet Centre which is coordinated by the Finnish Centre for Media Education and Audiovisual Media.|
|Is this hotline supported by law-enforcement?||Yes||The Save the Children Finland co-operates with the police.|
|Are there awareness raising campaigns on online safety for children organised in the Member States?||Yes||A Safer Internet week in every February. The Finnish Safer Internet Center is responsible for organising the campaign. The campaing is organised in a wide co-operation with the industry, civil society and governmental institutions.|
|Has the Member State taught online safety in schools?||No||It is impossible to answer only yes or no. Online safety is not a part of the core curriculum. However, schoolds and teachers are an important target group of the Safer Internet week campaing.|
|Has the Member State encouraged providers of online services to implement self-regulatory measures regarding online safety for children?||Yes||For instance, the Act on Audiovisual Programmes: "Audiovisual programme providers may draw up codes of conduct to promote best practices for providing audiovisual pro-grammes and media education".|
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