Response to the Online Harms White Paper
In April 2019, the Government published the Online Harms White Paper outlining plans on how to make the online space safer for children and young people. The establishment of an independent internet regulator, putting in place a statutory duty of care and greater transparency are central to its plans.
"We see the best and worst of human behaviour played out online in shared digital spaces that lack established social norms and the competent gatekeepers we rely on offline."
Below you can read Parent Zone's full response where we make recommendations on how we think the Online Harms White Paper can be improved to better fulfil its purpose.