Committee chair Lucy Wicks said she was not convinced by Meta's argument that its efforts are sufficient in removing bullying and harassment content.
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All testimonies before the Select Committee on Social Media and Online Safety on Tuesday called for social media companies to be held more responsible for the trolling that resides on their platforms.
Zuckerberg is between a rock and a hard place with his company suffering one setback after another.
Australian Online Privacy Bill to make social media age verification mandatory for tech giants, Reddit, Zoom, gaming platforms
A new Bill targeting social media platforms wants stronger penalties for user privacy breaches that could see companies fined 10% of their annual turnover.
Tech giants, telcos and Digital Rights Watch want clarity on monitoring requirements for online violent abhorrent content
Tech giants and digital rights advocates have come together to jointly call for clarification over how Australia wants platforms to remove abhorrent violent content from the web.
People living in China will not be able to register new accounts on WeChat until early August as the app undergoes technical changes to comply with local laws.
The order to provide Chinese food delivery workers with access to minimum wages comes as part of a larger recent effort by Beijing to rein in local tech companies.
Australia's competition watchdog wants Google to provide a dedicated 'choice screen' to allow users to choose which search engine they want to use, after finding over a third of consumers don't know how to change default browsers on smartphones.
The ban was made after China's internet regulator found soft pornographic images of children appearing on various digital platforms.
Apps within iPhones will still not be allowed to take payments outside of Apple's ecosystem, however.