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More than 90 per cent of adults in the East Midlands think social networks should face criminal sanctions if they fail to keep children safe, new research has found. A survey by the NSPCC showed that 81 per cent of those surveyed from the East Midlands think that named company directors should face criminal prosecution for significant breaches of children's safety, while 92 per cent agreed that social networks should face corporate prosecution for significant breaches. These figures come just days after the government released its Online Harms White Paper, which proposed introducing an independent regulator to enforce a legal duty of care on tech companies to keep users safe on their platforms.The NSPCC said it believes that tough sanctions are needed to ensure that responsibility to keep children safe is truly embedded in the boardrooms of tech firms.The government is consulting on various aspects of the proposed laws, including whether senior managers should be made liable for … [Read more...] about 92% of East Midlands adults want social networks to face criminal sanctions if they fail to keep children safe
News by Press Association 08/04/2019, 12:03 am Send us a story Sign up to our Daily newsletter Social media companies will be legally required to protect their users – with senior management held personally liable if they do not comply with new rules around harmful content, according to a long-awaited Government white paper. The joint proposal on online harms from the Home Office and the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) says a regulator will be appointed to ensure internet firms meet their responsibilities, which will be outlined in a mandatory duty of care. The duty of care will require firms to take more responsibility for the safety of users and more actively tackle the harm caused by content or activity on their platforms. The regulator will have the power to issue “substantial fines, block access to sites and potentially impose liability on individual members of senior management”, the proposal says. The Government … [Read more...] about Social media bosses personally liable for harmful content under new UK rules
MP warns ministers risk ‘draconian censorship regime’ in social media clampdown BelfastTelegraph.co.uk Ministers risk dragging Britons into a “draconian censorship regime” as they clamp down on social media, a former culture secretary has warned. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/uk/mp-warns-ministers-risk-draconian-censorship-regime-in-social-media-clampdown-37990335.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/uk/article37990333.ece/eacf3/AUTOCROP/h342/bpanews_147eec9d-1e0a-4d42-9ade-8b85b6ade93c_1 Email Ministers risk dragging Britons into a “draconian censorship regime” as they clamp down on social media, a former culture secretary has warned. A long-awaited Government White Paper that will address online harms is to be released on Monday, aimed at tackling a range of issues including cyberbullying, revenge porn, hate speech and access to material relating to suicide and terrorism. Likely measures to make tech giants and social … [Read more...] about MP warns ministers risk ‘draconian censorship regime’ in social media clampdown