The initiative aims to encourage organizations to adapt and improve their internal culture and process to increase online trust and the safety of internet users. In the longer term, the Digital Accountability Process will provide independent evidence to regulators, companies, and their stakeholders about organizational progress and challenges in digital responsibility. A first accountability report published in Jan 2021 as a result of a year-long independent review of BBC, Meetic, Popjam, Sony and Tinder. It demonstrates that organizations can open up to independent scrutiny in a collaborative way and across borders.
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