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The "initial" list of online harms. "...by design, neither exhaustive nor fixed. A static list could prevent swift regulatory action to address new forms of online harm, new technologies, content and new online activities." #onlineharms
Guess they haven't been reading the right blogs. cyberleagle.com/2019/03/a-ten-…
And to think I warned of this 7 years ago... scl.org/articles/2626-…
Some interesting gaps between the initial list of included harms (above) and the excluded harms at [2.4]. E.g. are IP rights infringements suffered by individuals in or out? And if in, what does that have to do with 'safety'? #OnlineSafety
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