Cultivating 'cyber-wisdom' could help children make smarter decisions online.
The absence of practical government guidance could result in companies overzealously blocking questionable content
Free speech is too important to leave it to a government regulator to decide what should be banned.
The UK Online Harms White Paper outlines possible internet regulation measures, and Canada would do well to study its approach.
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.