The report finds that: 13 of the 38 recommendations have been implemented, and 25 issues remain unaddressed.

The report looks at the influence of political change and online developments in the past 10 years and calls for the establishing of a set of minimum standards and a statutory code of practice for online providers which should: outline processes and procedures to ensure online platforms are safeguarding children effectively – including preventative measures to protect children from abuse; provide clear and consistent definitions of online abuse and exploitation; have clear and transparent processes for reporting, moderating and removing content from sites; verifying children’s ages and offering support to users when needed.

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