Following the emergence of new platforms that broadcastaudiovisual content through the Internet, the CAC has initiated a monitoring task in this field. Through this strategy the CAC is in alignment with the audiovisual regulators of several countries, who have also become aware of the change in users’ consumption habits, especially among children and teenagers. The studies of the CAC and other organisms indicate that the highest number of irregularities occurs in the field of the Internet, which at this time is less subject to regulation than traditional radio and television.
In addition to the actions of public administrations to regulate the Internet and limit its negative effects, users, as well as families and schools, can play a key role in looking at Internet content with a critical and responsible point of view. The CAC makes available to the general public a number of tools to help them consume safely and responsibly. You can click here to download child protection filters.
This section includes the reports carried out so far by the CAC in the field of the Internet, in aspects such as child pornography, inducement to suicide or fake news in the field of gender. You can also download a guide for families, with tips on how to browse the Internet safely and responsibly. Finally, there are short videos, aimed at children and teenagers, with recommendations on how to address issues such as cyberbullying, technology addiction or pro-anorexia content.