Online Harms White Paper: The Duty of Care in our Democracy

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Year: 2019

Carnegie UK Trust has joined forces with six other organisations – Demos, doteveryone, the Fawcett Society, Glitch, Institute for Strategic Dialogue and Privacy International – to set out why the Government’s Online Harms White Paper and its proposal for a duty of care should do more to address harms arising to our democracy.


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