Bird Lovegod: Ethics first in launch of social media platform

  Yorkshire Post 

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Last week saw two interesting events for the social media sector. The first was the announcement of regulation, and the planned introduction of an independent regulator. When this is implemented the social media companies, and even the individuals running them, will be held accountable for their actions and inactions.
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