- Dec 6, 2022
- 1 min
Online Safety Bill goes to Parliament
We are very proud to have our Founder, Lorin LaFave, in UK Parliament yesterday during the 3rd reading of the Online Safety Bill. Lorin...
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Policy & Advocacy
Since we were founded in 2015, we have been committed to educating children and young people across the country. However, we recognise that without change at the highest levels, young people's experience of the internet will remain fraught with dangers. This is why a key part of our work is campaigning for change in policy legislation around issues concerning online safety.
We support the introduction of the Government's Online Safety Bill but believe it could go much further. Indeed, it is our belief that as it stands it would not have saved Breck Bednar. We believe we have a unique perspective on how legislative change could and should protect children and will continue to make our voices heard through our campaigns and discussions with government, civil service, tech companies, other organisations within our sector, and the wider UK public.