Future of Media, Entertainment and Sport

Why we need a global framework to regulate harm online

One in three children are exposed to sexual content online. Image: Unsplash.

Cathy Li

Head, Shaping the Future of Media, Entertainment & Sport; Member of the ExCom, World Economic Forum

Farah Lalani

Partner and Engagement Lead, Global Coalition for Digital Safety, World Economic Forum

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