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2016 Corporate Responsibility Report
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Sorry, but no

Unfortunately, you're right

But it's about vast expanses all the same: Scope 3 is the term for harmful CO2 emissions in a company's upstream and downstream value chains. We measure these emissions. It's not science fiction, but it's still quite complicated. In the end, it is another way for us to reduce our climate impact.

Question 1 of 15
Is Scope 3 a new
science fiction series?

Excellent!

We received the DQS German Excellence Award in 2016 for our systematic approach to recording Scope 3 emissions. Our exemplary reporting on our Scope 3 emissions also got us on the CDP A-list of companies leading in climate protection for the first time in 2016.

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Gotcha!

You're right!

The term "surfing the Internet“ become known after an article with the same title, written by U.S. librarian Jean Armour Polly, was published in 1992. She came up with the title while looking at her mouse pad, which pictured a surfer.

Question 2 of 15
"Surfing the Internet" was named after Vinton Cerf, the
inventor of the Internet.

The perfect wave for everyone

Our goal is to make the Internet accessible to everyone. Today, access to the Internet is an important requirement for participating in business and society. We are laying the foundation for this by expanding our networks.

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You're right!

Yes – it's possible!

In 2016, T-Systems South Africa developed a smart water meter, which measures how much water is taken from a well or discharged from a water treatment facility. The system also allows leaks to be pinpointed and eliminated faster. 

Question 3 of 15
Do smartphones help
save water?

Promoting sustainable development with ICT

Our solutions help conserve valuable natural resources. M2M (machine-to-machine) offers simplify and streamline processes and allow for entirely new business models. Connecting devices in agriculture, mobility and real estate can contribute to sustainable development.

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Yes, indeed!

Sorry, wrong

Hacker attacks are not a new thing. In 1988, a computer science student brought the entire Internet to a standstill. Oops!

Question 4 of 15
Has anyone ever turned off the
entire Internet?

Strong defense


Nowadays, hacker attacks can do a lot more harm than 30 years ago. That is why Deutsche Telekom has set up its own Cyber Defense Center where attacks are extensively analyzed and stopped.

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Unfortunately, yes!

Unfortunately, yes!

Around 247 billion e-mails are sent worldwide every day. Studies suggest that roughly 80 percent of those e-mails are spam – i.e., e-mails that consist of unwanted advertising. 

Question 5 of 15
Are 80 percent of all
e-mails spam?

Did I subscribe to this?

Whether it be viruses, trojans, phishing or subscription traps – threats are lurking around every corner online. Spam e-mails with harmful content are often the source. Once such an e-mail's attachments have been opened, it is often too late and the computer is infected.
Our digital guide at sicherdigital.de is our contribution to improved online security. It contains informative texts, checklists, tests and films for Internet users to expand their knowledge and protect themselves.