UK Government Puts Platforms On Notice: Keep Users Safe From Harm While Also Protecting Their Freedom of Speech
The UK Government just took another meaningful step toward addressing online abuse, drafting a Bill designed to deliver comprehensive legislation across a range of online harms and putting digital platforms on notice, especially social media sites.
Safer Internet Day Promotes Online Safety for All
The COVID-19 pandemic has touched every aspect of our lives in the past 12 months, including how much we use digital technology and social media. We have turned online to communicate, socialize, learn, and play—with our screen time, in many cases, exceeding our offline activities.
Harmful Content Takes its Toll on Brands' Social Media Teams
Harmful content has always been a necessary evil when engaging directly with consumers. For most brands, it used to be like cosmic radiation from the sun; always there, spiking periodically, but not terribly hazardous at low doses. Then 2020 exploded, releasing Chernobyl-type levels of contamination that have decimated the growth strategies of social media managers.
When Bigoted or Racist Employees Reveal Themselves Online
This year has completely changed the way the world does business. It’s not enough that a pandemic has created havoc on every aspect of the organization, it has also required companies and their leaders to step up and publicly state their values and take a stance on politically- and socially-charged issues in a way none of us has ever experienced.
Protect the Safety and Wellbeing of Your Fashion Influencers
This September’s Fashion Week was unlike any past extravaganza. From Paris to New York, few houses went through with live, in-person runway shows. Many opted instead to present modified collections virtually, such as Chanel, and some sat out Fashion Week altogether, such as Saint Laurent.
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