This week’s edition of TMT weekly highlights includes: European Commission guidelines for online platforms to improve the transparency of their ranking parameters; the Children’s Commissioner’s report on online safety; and the European Parliament’s approval of a draft child abuse law which relates to the privacy of electronic communications.
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