What next for online safety laws? A podcast episode from the IWF

Published:  Wed 20 Sep 2023

The legislation has been in the works for four years. In that time, the IWF has seen the threats facing children online escalate.

The Government wants to make the UK the safest place in the world to go online and, at its core, this legislation is a real opportunity to protect children from the myriad harms the internet exposes them to.

In this podcast, children’s online safety expert Natalia Greene and IWF Head of Policy and Public Affairs Mike Tunks explain this landmark piece of legislation and the effect it may have on all our lives.

As the legislation moves out of Parliament and into the implementation phase, we ask what the new Act will mean for businesses, law enforcement, and, most importantly, children.

Listen to the podcast here

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