Internet users concerns about and experience of potential online harms 2019 (OFCOM) – GOV.UK

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A research paper from OFCOM
This research was commissioned by Ofcom. The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) provided advice on the research design and analysis. The main objective of the research was to quantify concerns about, and reported experience of, online harm in four key categories:
The research also explored knowledge and opinions of the current level of regulation that applies to broadcast and online environments.
Ofcom, Internet users’ concerns about and experience of potential online harms (2019) [online] Available at: Internet users’ concerns about and experience of potential online harms [Accessed 10 February 2022]
https://www.ofcom.org.uk/research-and-data/internet-and-on-demand-research/internet-use-and-attitudes/internet-users-experience-of-harm-online
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