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Tech firms urge debate with Government on harmful content regulation

Social media apps ... fines against platforms and websites it judges to have failed to protect users from seeing harmful videos such as those depicting violence or child abuse. read more

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Washington Post Guild defends reporter placed on leave after tweet about rape allegation against Kobe Bryant

"Instead of protecting and supporting a reporter in the face of abuse, The Post placed her ... share contentious opinions on social media platforms without sanction," the Guild wrote. read more

WaPo Union Condemns Management for Suspending Reporter Over Kobe Tweet

“The Post’s handling of this issue shows utter disregard for best practices in supporting survivors of sexual violence,” the paper’s editorial guild wrote. Media reporter Editor at Large ... read more

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Washington Post Union Condemns Reporter Felicia Sonmez’s Suspension for Kobe Bryant Rape Tweet

The Washington Post’s editorial union on Monday slammed the company for suspending a reporter who tweeted about a years-old rape allegation against Kobe Bryant. “We write to share our alarm ... read more


Uber, Dunelm, Dr. Martens: Everything that matters this morning

“We urge you to recognise and accept that an increased risk of child abuse being facilitated ... The need for diverse media plans to maximise campaign performance is underlined by findings such as OOH ... read more

Raheem Sterling among Premier League stars to front anti-racism campaign

England star ... on social media. Masters insists discussions are ongoing with Twitter and says the social media giant is "really trying" to stamp down on racist abuse on the platform. read more

Manchester United's Chris Smalling backs social media boycott launched by PFA to tackle online racial abuse

Mark Staniforth Leading Premier League stars ... of racial abuse online. The campaign launched by the Professional Footballers' Association will urge players to stay off social media from 0900 ... read more

Laws fail to protect kids from online sexual exploitation

Facebook, one of the most used platforms in child sex abuse materials ... said internet and social media have been instrumental in students’ schoolwork and other learning activities. read more

Met Police doubles online child sex abuse investigators after offences soar

Hundreds of referrals also come into the Met from the National Crime Agency when abuse images are shared via US-based social media platforms ... a UK-wide child protection charity deterring ... read more



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