IMDA developing content to teach special needs students how to stay safe online

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SINGAPORE - The Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) is developing a pilot programme to teach students with disabilities how to protect themselves in cyberspace.

Earlier this month, it awarded a $54,400 tender to Pinheads Interactive - an agency that creates interactive media - to develop a mobile immersive media software application for people with disabilities, to educate them about cyber wellness and cyber security.

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