What is Reporting?
When something bad happens online we talk about the tools people can use to take action against this. Reporting is one of the tools people can use and will generally involve filling in a form or flagging content in an app or game for review. Content reported in this way will be reviewed by AI and/ or a human content moderator to see if it breaks the sites terms.
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Latest Reporting Articles
Whisper Service Update – New Features Available
Last March we launched the new version of Whisper, our anonymous reporting tool. We are pleased to announce that we have just updated the service and are now offering it free to schools again for a 5 week period to support them during lockdown.
14th January 2021
#VoicesUnder30: Why should we be paying attention to young female activists?
Report Harmful Content have dedicated January to paying homage to 30 Voices under 30, who are shaping the future of the world. Why should we be paying attention to young female activists - find out more in this article.
12th January 2021
UK Safer Internet Centre Release Two Year Public Report
The UKSIC has compiled a report that outlines our key achievements over the past two years including the impact of Safer Internet Day, the support of the hotlines and helplines, along with the resources created by the three partners.
17th December 2020
UK Government Announce New Rules to Online Harms Bill
The UK Government have announced that there will be new rules introduced with how online tech firms are held accountable towards certain online content. Social media platforms and other firms will now have a duty of care to protect children from online harms
15th December 2020