Microsoft warns kids about negative side of the ‘net

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Microsoft warns kids about negative side of the ‘net

Microsoft Nigeria participated in a Hope Youth Corps children’s camp, with a warning on the negative side of the internet.

The software giant took part in the recent camp for children and teens, staged by the International Church of Christ.

Microsoft’s Project Manager, Partners in Learning, Microsoft Anglophone West Africa, Ugochukwu Nwosu, noted: “The internet is the fastest place to get any information you are looking for in the world, but it comes with its negative side.

“If you indulge in the negative aspects of the Internet like pornography or internet fraud or what is popularly called ‘yahoo-yahoo,’ you will certainly not progress no matter what anybody tells you.”



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