Tech companies should prioritise female safety online, says Ofcom

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Women are less confident about their online safety than men
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Women are less confident about their online safety than men

The regulator has urged firms to work to make the online world a safer place for women and girls

Ofcom has called for tech companies to take further steps to keep women safe, after a study found that women are more likely to be negatively impacted by internet abuse and feel less able to expres...

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