Reinforcing Child Protection Online - Holding Internet Companies to Account & Protecting Victims
Ab 10:30 Uhr bis 14:00 Uhr
- Public Policy Exchange
- Application fee:
- 89£ - 249 £
The Online Safety Bill, published in March, plans to create a new statutory duty of care for tech companies and drive the adoption of a code of practice to ensure companies take action to improve the safety of all their users, especially children. The Bill also seeks to work with industry to build resilience to abuse online.
With the Online Safety Bill moving through parliament, this symposium will provide children’s services, schools, police, central and local government agencies, and other key stakeholders with an invaluable opportunity to review upcoming legislation and discuss ways of protecting children and reducing risks online. It will also enable delegates to formulate collaborative measures to support victims of online abuse and raise levels of digital literacy to help children thrive online.