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1 Dec, 2023

Overview of key legislation on Safer Internet for kids: A Guide to EU Laws for child online safety

In the ever-evolving digital landscape, keeping children safe online is a top priority. The European strategy for a Better Internet for Kids (BIK+) has compiled a handy resource — a Compendium of Legislation. This document brings together all the important EU formal texts that revolve around children in the digital realm. 

What’s Inside: 

  • Laws 
  • Legislative proposals 
  • Strategies 
  • Measures 

This comprehensive guide aims to provide a clear snapshot of the legal and policy landscape shaping the European strategy for a Better Internet for Kids. Whether you’re a parent, educator, or just someone interested in ensuring a safer online environment for children, this document has you covered. 

Explore the Compendium here in all EU languages.

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