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Bill S-210, designed to protect minors online from exposure to sexually explicit material, passed a second reading in the House of Commons in December 2023. (Shutterstock)

Canada should not fall behind on implementing safety measures for children online

Canada needs to take action immediately to protect children online from exposure to age-inappropriate material. More stringent age verification measures need to be in place.
The UK’s Online Harms White Paper provides a starting point to consider what internet regulation can look like. Shutterstock

What the U.K.’s Online Harms white paper teaches us about internet regulation

Britain’s Online Harms white paper was developed through public consultations and open, democratic processes. It suggests developing regulations that would be implemented by an arms-length entity.

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