Stories from Everyday Digital Life

The measure is intended to provide people with an accessible introduction to potential dangers in everyday life online.

The Stories from Everyday Digital Life comic aims to reach children and youth, as well as the trusted adults in their lives who are supporting them as they go online. The stories follow the relatable Websters, a fictional family whose experiences help to raise awareness of a multitude of potential problems in life online. Twelve new stories will be published in print and online in Q4 2022 and introduced across various media in 2023. Preparations for a new series of Stories from Everyday Digital Life will also begin in 2023, with publication planned for 2024.

The project advances Digital Switzerland because although young people are typically beginning to use ICT services at increasingly earlier ages, there still is not much material designed for children and youth to raise awareness of the associated risks.

Further information


Start 2022
End 2024


Federal Office of Communications


Federal Department of the Environment, Transport, Energy and Communications


Federal Department of Home Affairs
Federal Social Insurance Office
Federal Department of Economic Affairs, Education and Research
Federal Department of Finance
National Cyber Security Centre
Federal Chancellery
Federal Data Protection and Information Commissioner
Schweizerische Kriminalprävention
Stop Piracy
Eidgenössische Kommission für Kinder- und Jugendfragen


Protection from cyber risks is ensured


Security and trust

People in Switzerland can move around safely in the digital environment; privacy is protected.