In the last five years many academics, CEOs´ social media platforms and politicians in the EU have increasingly accepted both the urgency and the necessity of social media regulation. A large combination of the public-journalistic-academic opinions presented in the media started voicing suggestions on how to regulate social media in EU countries and a few of the other non-EU countries. The summary of these suggestions is the key part of our special report. These findings are presented in thematic blocs. Furthermore, the report explores the political intentions and the legal activities that are being carried out to prevent the impact of social harms across several countries of the world. Moreover, an overview of about 50 expert commentators and the politicians who are trying to approach social media with an aim to control them internationally and globally has been presented.
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