In this Human Rights Safeguarding Podcast: the UK’s Online Safety Bill with Damian Collins MP, the Bill’s Scrutiny Committee’s recommendations, the meaning of “harm”, what offline laws apply to the online if any, Section 230, Francis Haugen, End-to-End Encryption (E2EE), the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974, the role of Ofcom the Regulator and […]
In this human rights safeguarding podcast with Rick Lane of Iggy Ventures, we discuss updates to Section 230, COPPA and the WhoIs issue, national security concerns caused by TikTok, the regulatory splinternet, digital wallets and why the US is a laggard in adoption, the 4th C of the CORE report, and a worked example of
You can’t make an omelette without breaking eggs, or so goes the saying. Apple’s recent privacy announcement included details about online child safety features that they intend to introduce is, we feel, to be broadly but not unquestionably welcomed. For too long the handset manufacturers, a key element of the Online Digital Context, have been
In this Safeguarding Podcast with Rick lane of Iggy Ventures we discuss how the mismanagement of the internet causes online harms, how it’s been made so opaque that no one can understand it, what the US Government could do to sort it out and whether the EU’s GDPR is a threat to US national security.
Welcome to another edition of the SafeToNet Foundation’s Safeguarding Podcast with Neil Fairbrother exploring the law, culture and technology of safeguarding children online. In this Safeguarding Podcast, we review 2020’s Safeguarding Podcasts with contributions from many of our wonderful guests: https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/safetonetfoundation/SafeToNet_Foundation_podcast_-_2020_Vision_-_A_review_of_the_year.mp3 There’s a lightly edited transcript below for those that can’t use podcasts or for
In this Safeguarding Podcast we discuss the issues for online safety that COVID19 has brought to Saratoga High School, USA. Principal Greg Louie discusses how his school has adapted to the challenges for the online safety of children while remote learning, how disadvantaged children are helped, the EdCode, WASC vs Ofsted and how teachers themselves