British Columbia: The father of a Prince George boy who died by suicide last October says he “has faith” in the province’s decision to put its
online propose harms legislation on hold.
12-year-old Carson Cleland died after falling victim to online sextortion.
His father Ryan says he believes getting social media giants to work with the province on a solution to online harms is a step in the right direction.
Premier David Eby made the announcement Tuesday, saying the companies — which include Meta, TikTok, X and Snap Chat know the province could retable the bill if necessary.
(The Canadian Press)

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