New cross-border roadmap to regulate online harms

eSafety Commissioner

As child sexual abuse material, sextortion scams and deepfakes multiply at lightning speed, eSafety and its global partners are building greater cross-border coordination to enhance online protections.

eSafety and fellow Global Online Safety Regulators Network members have published a joint position statement on regulatory coherence and coordination to more effectively tackle online safety issues.

“As regulators, we face similar challenges: we’re national entities mandated to regulate a complex set of global harms involving companies principally domiciled offshore,” eSafety Commissioner Julie Inman Grant said.

“We’re also grappling with

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