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  • Writer's pictureDavid Babbs

A compilation of some initial reactions to the government’s latest Online Harms plans

The government’s full response to the Online Harms consultation, on 15th Dec, is a lengthy document, and was accompanied by two interim codes of practice and the transparency report.

It will take some time to fully analyse, but many different organisations and experts have shared initial thoughts. Here’s a compilation of some of those which we’ve found most useful so far. Other recommendations would be gratefully received!

Carnegie UK Trust: Online Harms: Initial Response

Glitch, alongside Centenary Action Group, Antisemitism Policy Trust, Carnegie UK Trust, Stonewall, HOPE Not Hate and Compassion in Politics: UK Civil Society Organisations Respond to Government’s Online Harms White Paper

Will Perrin (Carnegie UK Trust): Twitter thread

Maeve Walshe (Carnegie UK Trust): Twitter thread (re the debate in the House of Commons)

Andy Burrows (NSPCC): Twitter thread



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