The rise in reported incident numbers does not necessarily indicate a real increase in the number of attacks, as more cases come to light partly due to regulatory reporting obligations, it was revealed in the organization’s annual report.
A trial period for the app will start in April with the involvement of several tens of thousands of users, and will be launched for citizens across the board in September. From that time on, citizens will be able to use the DÁP app for identification if requested by police, submitting applications to authorities for certificates or for any other interactions with the state administration.
‘During his presentation at the media authority’s conference on the regulatory challenges of child protection, Levente Nyakas highlighted the importance of shared interpretations of media content and the world in a parent-child relationship. It is essential that parents understand and are aware of the content their children consume.’