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Found: Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport ONLINE STRATEGY
LITERACYMEDIA JULY 2021 MINISTERIAL
Department forDigital, Culture,Media & SportJULY 2021MINISTERIAL FOREWORDThe
Online Media Literacy Strategy
This strategy and accompanying
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1. Publication of the Online Media Literacy Strategy
14/07/2021 - Written Statements
1: Government are today publishing our “Online Media Literacy Strategy”. This strategy is a complementary - Speech Link
2. Cairncross Review
06/02/2020 - Lords Chamber
1: subsequent false discrediting of the story on social media showed the financial value in misinformation. The - Speech Link
2: build a vibrant digital business behind a great media brand because, of course, journalism has changed - Speech Link
3: develop an online media literacy strategy and that the Government accept that social media and news aggregation - Speech Link
3. Social Media
11/07/2019 - Lords Chamber
1: they have made of the Church of England’s social media community guidelines, published on 1 July, and what - Speech Link
2: constructive engagement across all national social media accounts run by the Church and the two Archbishops - Speech Link
3: first ever social media guidelines, which encourage positive engagement across social media accounts run by - Speech Link
4. Cairncross Review
12/02/2019 - Lords Chamber
1: non-profit news publishers. Although we have a different media landscape, as the review sets out, charitable status - Speech Link
2: read out. There is a serious challenge to local media. Dame Frances set it out very bleakly in her report - Speech Link
3: print. There is still some good journalism in all media, but let us recognise that the bus left long ago - Speech Link
5. Office of Communications: Chair
18/03/2021 - Lords Chamber
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