Alejandro Sanz, Chenoa, David Bisbal, Marta Sanchez, Dani Martín, Antonio Carmona, Estopa or Mclan, among others, are signed to some of the Spanish National Police for a campaign of information and tips for safe use of Internet and social networks.
Let no one be alarmed and that the fans do not put the fuss and start running terrified through the streets thinking that the police have gone crazy clocking Spanish artists to put them in jail, much less.
The Spanish National Police has engaged the services of these artists and many others to celebrate the Twitter account of the police has reached the figure of 200,000 followers.
In the first video, which has been up this morning to the YouTube website, the singer Alejandro Sanz, who never upload photos of yourself or of others who may harm his image, and never label social networks to anyone without the prior consent of the person that may appear in the photo or have added social networking.
Although not forget that some of your messages posted on the Twitter social network, has not been without criticism, especially destructive in recent years, Internet users who have criticized his position on copyright and the role of Internet in file sharing. On one occasion, the singer generated much public discussion when, in a message quite aggressive compared the effects of piracy with the AIDS epidemic ravaging parts of Africa. Another time, Alejandro Sanz came to be called "Internet Taliban" and "pimp of songs stolen", "cowards" and "hypocritical" to those who were against the Law Sinde in Spain, law created to stop piracy and closing P2P file sharing sites.
David Bisbal, meanwhile, recognizes that highly values social networks but that he uses them with great care and respect, while protecting his privacy, after a bad experience he had for some time.
Chenoa warns people not to put so much data on the Internet and Raquel del Rosario singer of El Sueño de Morfeo, explains that she used different accounts to professional issues and profiles you have for family and friends, among others.
As reported by the National Police, this institution is a pioneer in Spain in the implementation of social networks, with the profile @policia, which was created in March 2009 and of the few organizations that have your account verified. At the end of the year 2011 this account amounted to 60,000 fans. Six months later has managed to triple the number of Internet users interested in the police today, as it has reached 200,000, especially 203,605 followers.
The account of the police is the second profile police more often in the world, behind only the U.S. FBI.