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WEF 2022: Making the internet world safer by tackling harmful content

More than 4.7 billion people use the internet and McKinsey projects that roughly $2.5 trillion will be transacted online by 2025

The survey on data privacy for children was conducted by Tsaaro, a data privacy and cyber security provider
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From the proliferation of health misinformation, child sexual abuse and exploitation, and violent extremist and terrorist content online, parts of the web can be dangerous.

Delivering safe and secure online experiences is essential for global businesses, civil society groups and individuals alike. Stakeholders from multiple industries and geographies agree there is an urgent need for deliberate global coordination to improve digital safety.

The Forum's Global Coalition for Digital Safety is accelerating public-private cooperation to tackle harmful content online by bringing together a diverse group of leaders who are well placed to exchange best practices for new online safety regulation and help millions

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First Published: May 23 2022 | 12:47 PM IST

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