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Health Secretary, social media firms to discuss cyber bullying

Wednesday 1 November 2017 | 11:34 CET | News
UK Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt is set to meet with social media companies on 01 November to discuss the issue of cyber-bullying, reports BBC News. He will meet with representatives from leading social media platforms, including Google, Twitter, Microsoft and Facebook. 

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Countries: United Kingdom
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