digital-nspccThe government has conceded on our central call for the Digital Economy Bill. Karen Bradley, the Culture Secretary, has said that the government will fulfil a promise “to keep children safe from harmful pornographic content online”, by appointing a regulator to block websites that fail to check ages of user from operating in the UK.

This follows research commissioned by us and the Children’s Commissioner for England. This is a huge step forward and testament to our work with backbenchers, officials and ministers on the issue.

As the Bill moves to the Lords we will continue to push our lines on parity of protection: ensuring that children are as safe online as offline.

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Sue is customer services manager at Event Rising and writes and provides editorial content for many clients' websites, including Sutton NSPCC
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