Wanted: New social media laws.

Reward: A safer internet for children.

 

The Culture Secretary, Matt Hancock MP, is deciding right now if there will be a new law to keep children safe online. He’s previously said the internet is like the ‘wild west’. As the Sheriff in town he can make it high noon for dangerous social networks - bringing in laws that will force social media companies to keep young people safe online and protect them from grooming. 

Share our pre-populated tweet with the Minister, asking him to stand up to the social media outlaws and protect our children online. You’ll see the drafted tweet on the next page before it’s sent.

 

Tweet Matt Hancock MP

 

 

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