Further action needed to safeguard children online – EC

Wednesday 14 September 2011 | 08:41 CET | News
The European Commission has reviewed how member states are implementing EU recommendations ensuring children can safely enjoy the digital world. According to the EC report, member states and industry are increasingly making efforts to implement EU recommendations dating from 1998 and 2006 on the protection of minors using audiovisual and online services. However, the measures taken up to now have been insufficient overall. The report shows that EU countries are not responding adequately, or have varying approaches to tackling and reporting illegal or harmful content, ensuring children access

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