Internet Safety Strategy Green paper: Consultation Outcome

The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) and the Home Office (HO) have published the government response to the consultation on the Internet safety strategy green paper published in October 2017. A white paper, to be published later in the year, will set out plans for legislation including the social media code of practice and transparency reporting and online advertising as well as considering new policy areas on safety including: age verification; policies aimed at improving children and young people’s mental health; tackling issues related to live-streaming; and further work to define harmful content.

Source: DCMS and HO

Further information: Government response to the internet safety strategy green paper (PDF)

Consultation outcome: internet safety strategy green paper

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