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Concluding Remarks And Recommendations For The Future

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In the first part of this study, an in-depth analysis was performed of, on the one hand, the protection of minors against harmful digital content, and, on the other hand, the concept of alternative regulatory instruments (ARIs), such as self-and co-regulation. In the second part of this study, the focus narrowed to the legal framework which enfolds the use of ARIs to protect children from digital harmful content. The first chapter of this part provides a better understanding of the issues which are linked to our research subject, by presenting and briefly analysing five sets of regulation that are significant to both the protection of children against harmful content and the use of ARIs. The second chapter of the second part proceeded with an in-depth analysis of the requirements that are imposed by a selection of legal provisions, on the use of ARIs to protect minors against harmful digital content.

Keywords: alternative regulatory instruments (ARIs); harmful digital content; protection of minors



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