The UK Council for Internet Safety (UKCIS) is a voluntary organisation chaired by Ministers from the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, Department for Education and the Home Office. It is the successor to the UK Council for Child Internet Safety (UKCCIS).
UK Council for Internet Safety
DCMS has announced a replacement for the UK Council for Child Internet Safety which will be broader in scope.
Priority areas of focus will include online harms such as cyberbullying and sexual exploitation; radicalisation and extremism; violence against women and girls; hate crime and hate speech; and forms of discrimination against groups protected under the Equality Act, for example on the basis of disability or race.
- UK Council for Internet Safety on GOV.UK
UK Council for Child Internet Safety
- UKCCIS - GOV.UK
- UK Council for Child Internet Safety - Wikipedia
- Board announced for new UK Council for Internet Safety, GOV.UK, 2018-10-30
- New Council for Internet Safety in the UK, DCMS 6 July 2018