CCDH’S NTIA PUBLIC COMMENT SUBMISSION
Kids Online Health and Safety Request for Comment
CCDH welcomes the opportunity to support the Biden Administration's efforts to address the mental health crisis among young people today as a result of unaccountable social media companies and their opaque algorithms, content policies and economic incentives.
Public Support for Social Media Reform
Assessing CCDH's STAR Framework for social media regulation
CCDH’s new report shows that the majority of people in the US are tired of being exploited by social media companies and want governments and platforms to address online hate and disinformation. Most of the people polled agreed with the four principles of our STAR Framework for social media regulation: Safety by Design, Transparency, Accountability and Responsibility.
2024 is here: it’s time to make social media safer
2024 will be a big year for us. This new year, CCDH has ambitious plans, including: CCDH’s impact is tangible. Together with our supporters, we delivered real change last year. Here’s our recap: The battle […]
Live Chat: Kirsty McNeill & Imran Ahmed on why we need urgent regulation for social media companies
CCDH’s CEO Imran Ahmed at the 2023 Eradicate Hate Global Summit
The Online Safety Act: the UK’s new law for a safer internet