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The Culture Secretary will demand that demand that Facebook, Twitter and others sites sign up to a new online code of practice.The strategy will also include a new push to ensure children are taught the skills they need to be safe online.They would also have to reveal how they handled users’ complaints, and how each site approaches moderation and any changes in policy and resourcing.The information would be broken down into categories of complaints, including under-18s, women, gay people, and on religious grounds.Ms Bradley told delegates: ‘As part of this strategy, we will work with key players to introduce a comprehensive response to the problem, including an online code of practice that I want to see every social media company sign up to.‘A call for companies to think about safety during the design of their products, to ensure that basic safety features are included from the outset; and a plan to ensure that every child is taught the skills they need to be safe online.’She added: ‘We all have a responsibility to make sure the internet is as safe as it possibly can be.By doing this, and more, we will take a positive step forward in tackling a growing and critical challenge confronting our country.’The strategy will say the government wants to see the introduction of an industry-led annual ‘internet safety transparency report’.Our Block Online Porn campaign persuaded the government to bring in an opt-in scheme ensuring only over-18s could see adult material, and age verification for porn sites will be introduced later this year.
Ministers want the firms to publish an annual ‘internet safety transparency report’, laying out how they handle complaints and what efforts they made to moderate content.
The Government hopes it does not have to force Facebook and Twitter to agree to publish the annual report, saying it wants them to agree to do so voluntarily.
Figures show that in the past year, almost one fifth of 12 to 15-year-olds encountered something online that they ‘found worrying or nasty in some way’.
For example, Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund is accepting donations through the Greater Houston Community Foundation.
But scammers posing to be part of the foundation are sending out emails with links leading people to counterfeit websites.