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NSPCC undertakes Polling relating to the Online Safety Bill and creation of a Child Online Safety Ad

The Online Safety Bill is to be debated in the House of Lords this week (w/c 15th May 2023) and the NSPCC has conducted a YouGov poll related to an amendment suggesting an independent advocacy body promote and protect children’s interests and safety. The drive comes as part of its campaign to ensure the Online Safety Bill’s provisions relating to the protection of children are strengthened. Read the full article below.

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