A popular YouTuber named Najma Sadeqi was among the victims of the suicide bombing at Kabul airport last week.
The 20-year-old had recently joined the Afghan Insider YouTube channel while studying in her final year at Kabul’s journalism institute.
Her colleagues told CNN that just a few days after recording the vlog, Sadeqi was killed in the Isis-K attack as she tried to flee the country in the chaotic crowds at the airport, which killed 183 people, including many Afghan civilians and 13 US service personell.
Instagram says it will require all users to provide their date of birth for new safety measures meant to boost child protection - but is it too little, too late?
Under-13s are not allowed to use Instagram and addressing concerns that children would lie about their age, the company says it’s developing artificial intelligence to estimate how old people are.
Staying with age verification, and the NSPCC is backing a call from England’s Children’s Commissioner for tougher rules for ID checks that those who wish to view online pornography are at least 18 years old.
We spoke to Andy Burrows, the NSPCC’s head of child safety online policy.
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