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B.C. puts social media harms bill on hold, will work with platforms to help young people stay safe online

  • The British Columbia government has paused its online harms legislation after agreeing with major social media platforms to enhance online safety.
  • Premier David Eby and representatives from Meta, TikTok, Snap, and X will establish an online safety action table to address protecting individuals from online harms.
  • Meta, X, and other platforms will collaborate with the province to implement safeguards, aiming to prevent harm caused by algorithms and amplify official information during emergencies.
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