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Digital Culture Media Committee: Duty of Care to Users – YouTube give evidence LIVE

Digital Culture Media Committee question Duty of Care to Users
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Digital Culture Media Committee: Duty of Care to Users.  You Tube among those giving evidence LIVE.

There have been concerns about content available on social media platforms that is exploiting and or damaging children.

Cross party members of parliament question media gurus about immersive and addictive technologies. Parliament wants the technological giants to do more to prevent content of an aggressive and pornographic nature along.

It is possible the subject of the Jeremy Kyle show will be discussed.

On Tuesday, the prime minister’s spokesman called Mr Dymond’s death “deeply concerning”.  MPs had urged the broadcaster to pull the programme.

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