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Inquiry Status: report, Government response and Ofcom response published.
Despite technological innovation and an increase in public understanding of dangers, the online world continues to pose hazards - from images of child abuse to trolling. These dangers are the correlation of the immense benefits provided by unimpeded communication and free speech, so any attempts to mitigate harms have to be proportionate and, where possible, avoid disadvantageous consequences.
The Culture, Media and Sport Committee has investigated a number of aspects of online safety that are currently raising concerns, in particular:
Culture, Media and Sport Committee publish report on online safety
Culture, Media and Sport Committee to take evidence on Online Safety
Culture, Media and Sport Committee take evidence on Online Safety
The Culture, Media and Sport Committee hold first evidence session in Online Safety inquiry
The Culture, Media and Sport Committee announces a new inquiry into online safety
Volume I: Report, together with formal minutes, oral and written evidence
Volume II: additional written evidence