WE'RE MAKING THE INTERNET
After five years of hard work, The Online Safety Bill has finally passed.
We’ve been calling for this since 2018, making sure children’s voices were heard throughout.
To celebrate, we wanted to look back on our journey of transforming the online world for children and young people.
We launch our petition. In June 2018, backed by 46,000 supporters, government commits to making the online world safer.
11,000 of our supporters email their MP. We reach every MP in Parliament.
Young people prioritised
The draft Bill includes that tech companies should have a duty of care to their young users.
41,000 supporters ask the Secretary of State to make the Bill stronger to protect children online.
The Bill’s journey starts
Online Safety Bill starts its journey to the House of Commons.
MPs speak up for children
Young people and those impacted by online harms meet with MPs at our event MPs speak up on their behalf in Parliament.
48,000 supporters, and those affected by online harms, urge Rishi Sunak to bring back the Online Safety Bill.
Young People have their say
Young people meet with Peers to discuss having their voices at the heart of the Bill. Peers champion children's voices in future debates.
We work with MPs and secure an amendment to make tech bosses criminally responsible if children are harmed.
The Bill is amended in the House of Lords. Children get extra protections from abuse and harmful content.
We keep the pressure on – MPs and supporters come together to make sure the Bill is passed. Those affected by abuse share their stories.
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