Online Harms Democracy Briefing

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Year: 2020

A joint briefing note with Demos, doteveryone, the Fawcett Society, Glitch, Institute for Strategic Dialogue and the Jo Cox Foundation, to set out why the Government’s response to the online harms consultation and its proposal for a Duty of Care should do more to address harms arising to our democracy.


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