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Report Harmful Content Annual Report
Report Harmful Content has just released its annual report into the findings surrounding harmful content online
Report Harmful Content
An online platform for reporting harmful content you experience through social media
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Instagram Will Now Allow Users to ‘Hide’ Likes
Instagram has launched a new feature this week that will give users the option to ‘hide’ likes on other people’s posts as well as their own. This has been launched to try and address some of the wellbeing concerns around social media and aims to give users more freedom around how they manage their profiles.
27th May 2021
TikTok Promotes Positivity With New Comment Features
TikTok has incorporated two new features to promote respect and kindness on the app. Creators can now filter their comments for review and users are prompted to reconsider their words if they are drawn to post harmful material.
12th March 2021
SWGfL and Internet Matters Launch Campaign to Address Impact of Remote Learning on Young People
We have joined forces with Internet Matters to launch a campaign that addresses the impact of remote learning throughout the lockdown period. Our Instagram campaign will look at the coping strategies of young people in how they have managed their various stresses throughout remote learning.
22nd February 2021
Snapchat’s New Safety Resources Launch In The UK
In the run up to Safer Internet Day, Snapchat released brand new safety resources including Safety Snapshot and the Parent Guide. Read our latest article to find out more.
11th February 2021