The world’s largest social network is one of 140 organisations to sign up to the UK’s new voluntary internet standards to be launched on Tuesday, reports The Sunday Times.
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The guidelines, to be drawn up by the UK Council for Child Internet Safety, will put parents in control of how their children use moderated services including chat-rooms, instant messaging and search.
The guidelines, recommended by the UK Government’s online safety adviser Tanya Byron, will be supported by a UK-wide advertising campaign aimed at children, parents and children.
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