Future of Media, Entertainment and Sport

Risks to kids online are growing. Here's what we can do 

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Farah Lalani
Global Vice President, Trust and Safety Policy, Teleperformance
Bincheng Mao
Global Shaper, New York Hub
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Percentage of children exposed to online risks
Percentage of children exposed to online risks
Percentage of children who have been exposed to online risks
Percentage of children who have been exposed to online risks Image: UNICEF

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A user-centric framework for safety Image: World Economic Forum's
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