To drive policy change that mitigates the negatives and maximises the positives of social media for young people.
1. Smart Tips for Category 1 Responders using Social Media in Emergency Management
10/03/2021 - Cabinet Office
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Found: USING SOCIAL MEDIA IN EMERGENCIES: Smart Practices
SMART TIPS FOR CATEGORY 1
RESPONDERS USING SOCIAL
Found: CODE OF PRACTICE
Culture, Media and Sport in accordance with Section
103 of the Digital Economy Act
Social Media Acceptable Use Policy
SIA social media policy
This page details our social media policy.
Found: Plan aheadSchedule social media posts ahead of the event to build momentum. Give attendees details of
1. Social Media: Offensive Material
23/03/2021 - Lords Chamber
1: Bill will achieve? Presumably, it will force social media companies to take down the racist and sexist - Speech Link
2: the duty of care that we will be imposing on social media companies, with clear systems of user redress - Speech Link
3: post racist and offensive material and by some social media sites that craft algorithms to curate, propagate - Speech Link
2. Social Media and Screen Use: Young People’s Health
07/02/2019 - Commons Chamber
1: make a statement on our report on the impact of social media and screen use on young people’s health. Before - Speech Link
3. Social Media and Health
30/04/2019 - Commons Chamber
1: this summit to bring together the principal social media companies, including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter - Speech Link
4. Vaccine Misinformation Online
19/10/2020 - Commons Chamber
1: is being spread online and we know that the social media giants are systematically failing to act. - Speech Link
2: counter this growing movement and bring the social media giants to heel. The anti-vax movement is nothing - Speech Link
3: said. The CCDH’s study showed that anti-vax social media accounts have 58 million followers, and that - Speech Link
5. Online Anonymity and Anonymous Abuse
24/03/2021 - Commons Chamber
1: opening a social media account, and e-petition 332315, Ban anonymous accounts on social media; oral evidence - Speech Link
2: excellent Kick It Out, which has superb goals for social media companies to create robust and swift measures - Speech Link
3: years of stalking and harassment. She is a retired social worker. She has found the police ill equipped to - Speech Link
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Michael Tunks, UK Safer Internet Centre, c/o Internet Watch Foundation, Discovery House, Vision Park, Histon, Cambridgeshire CB24 9ZR. Tel: 01223 203 030
UK Safer Internet Centre acts as the group's secretariat. https://www.saferinternet.org.uk/
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