LONDON (AP) — A British parliamentary committee scrutinizing draft online safety legislation has invited Elon Musk to discuss his plans to buy Twitter and the changes he's proposing for the social media platform.
LONDON (AP) — A hands-off approach to moderating content at Elon Musk’s Twitter could clash with ambitious new laws in Europe meant to protect users from disinformation, hate speech and other harmful material.
LONDON (AP) — Tech bosses face criminal prosecution if they fail to comply with proposed British rules aimed at ensuring people are safe online, the U.K. government said Thursday as it unveiled the draft legislation in Parliament.
LONDON (AP) — Britain's government said Tuesday all pornography websites will be legally required to verify that users are 18 or older as part of new online safety rules.
Under the government's draft online safety bill, porn sites will be legally required to put “robust checks” in place to protect children from accessing them.
LONDON (AP) — Proposed British rules aimed at cracking down on harmful online content should be beefed up with tougher measures like making it illegal to send unsolicited graphic images, requiring porn sites to ensure children can't gain access and moving faster to hold tech executives criminally liable for failing to uphold the regulations, lawmakers said in a new report.
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — Snowmobile safety education classes are being offered in-person and online in New Hampshire.
The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department said the online safety courses provide a convenient option for students to obtain their New Hampshire Rider Certificate at their own pace, while learning key safety information.
LONDON (AP) — British lawmakers grilled Facebook on Thursday over how it handles online safety as European countries move to rein in the power of social media companies.
Facebook's head of safety said the tech giant supports regulation and has no business interest in providing people with an “unsafe experience.”