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Noah Bialos advises clients on digital safety, platform regulation, risk governance, and human rights.

Safety risk assessments are becoming a preferred regulatory tool around the world. Online safety laws in Australia, Ireland, the United Kingdom, and the United States will require a range of providers to evaluate the safety and user-generated content risks associated with their online services.

While the specific assessment requirements vary across jurisdictions, the common thread is that providers will need to establish routine processes to assess, document, and mitigate safety risks resulting from user-generated content and product design. This Update offers practical steps for providers looking to develop a consolidated assessment process that can be easily adapted to meet the needs of laws around the world. Continue Reading Online Safety Risk Assessments Have Arrived: Five Steps for Building a Globally Adaptable Process