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25 November 2022

A planned new law would make sharing pornographic deepfakes without consent a crime in England and Wales.

Tackling the rise in manipulated images, where a person's face is put on someone else's body, is part of a crackdown on the abuse of intimate pictures in the Online Safety Bill.

This law would also make it easier to charge people with sharing intimate photos without consent.

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09 November 2022

Technology can be a great and exciting gift for young people at Christmas. Games consoles, tablets, and mobile phones are often at the top of a child’s letter to Santa, Childnet has created some top tips for parents and carers, looking at what you can do before these gifts arrive under the tree on the 25th December.

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10 October 2022

When Florida-based Chetu hired a telemarketer in the Netherlands, the company demanded the employee turn on his webcam. The employee wasn’t happy with being monitored “for 9 hours per day,” in a program that included screen-sharing and streaming his webcam. When he refused, he was fired..

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