Trolls and social media platforms face huge fines in Australia for failing to remove abuse material. Australian internet service providers, social media companies and other online platforms will need to remove severely harmful, abusive or bullying content within 24 hours or risk being blocked and fined $555,000 under the federal government’s proposed online safety legislation.
Social Media businesses are governed by the laws of the country in which they are headquartered, but they are also expected to comply with local laws where they operate. Most Social Media sites have a reporting system in place aimed at flagging inappropriate content, however, they do come under a lot of criticism for not
It’s Lisa’s heartwrenching story about her daughter, a victim of bullying in 2017 that must make us all think about how we can bring to an end heartless bullying in Australia. How can we help Lisa and her daughter overcome the bullies, the bullying, the stigma, the outdated attitudes of the school and it’s staff?
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The truth is social media websites like Facebook know exactly who the bullies are. They know the identity, ip address and other information about every single user. They know exactly who the perpetrators of these crimes are, they have the proof in writing. So why doesn’t Facebook STOP bullying? Since we wrote this post way