Online Safety Bill: Social media firms could be fined millions for failing to protect children

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  • Sky News published this video item, entitled “Online Safety Bill: Social media firms could be fined millions for failing to protect children” – below is their description.

    Social media firms could be fined up to £18m for not protecting children and vulnerable users under new laws.

    The long-awaited laws could also see online platforms being blocked if they do not abide by a duty of care to their users.

    Read more here:

    https://news.sky.com/story/online-safety-bill-social-media-firms-could-be-fined-up-to-18m-for-not-protecting-users-12161784

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