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The byron report


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The byron report

  1. 1. The Byron Report and Media Regulation
  2. 2. Starter• In this starter we will be looking at what is acceptable to say in the media.• This will give you an understanding on how media regulation works.
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  4. 4. Silicon Valley vs. Hollywood This is the debate between Hollywood andSilicon Valley. The debate consists of the rightto protect intellectual property and the right to free speech.
  6. 6. Where is the line ?..........
  7. 7. Byron Review The Byron report consists of points of common sense including being pc savvy. The major points are:Self Regulation that is seen when parents regulate video games that are allowed to be played. Encouraging people to be internet savvy.Removing the generation gap to stop the feeling of helplessness of parents that feel as if they are not equipped to protect their children online. The review also states to create a resilience in children
  8. 8. How do we achieve a culture of shared responsibility?• We achieve this through better self regulation• Better provision of information.• ?..........