28 June 2012

Angola: Children's Images On Social Networks Condemned

Luanda — The exhibition of children on social networks, such as Facebook, hi5, orkut and twitter is an attempt to the fundamental rights of minors, on Thursday here said the director of the Children's National Institute (INAC).

Ruth Mixinge said so while commenting on the expansion of social networks in the country.

She reminded that broadcasting children's images in social networks, through the internet, undermines the UN Convention on Children's Rights.

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