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Over half of UK internet users believe they have experienced online harm - BT

Wednesday 21 October 2020 | 17:38 CET | News
More than half (53%) of the UK's internet users believe they have experienced online harm, according to a BT study conducted by Demos, looking into public attitudes about how internet behaviour excesses can be tackled. Over 80 percent think the grooming, bullying and sexual exploitation of children are big problems for society. Most think the responsibility for fixing the issue should be shared between different sorts of companies, politicians, police, regulator and people themselves. For the most serious crimes, over 80 percent place most responsibility with the social platforms and with

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