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Journalists: Treviso Pact, commitments for media and families

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Cop26, the WWF flash mob in Glasgow:

(ANSA) – VENICE, NOVEMBER 12 – “Content producers and digital service providers refrain from any form of use of the image and personal data of children and adolescents that is not strictly necessary for the exercise of freedom of expression and of the right of the press “. It is one of the final passages of the draft of the “Treviso Pact”, proposed on 12 November and under discussion until 13 November in the capital of the Marca, 30 years after the ‘Charter’, promoted by Telefono Azzurro in collaboration with the Municipality.

The protocol also commits the family to “refrain from any form of dissemination to the public of photographs, videos and personal data of children and adolescents, including the commercial exploitation of the image of the child, such as to preclude the latter, having become adults, from self-determination about the scope of dissemination of their images and data “.

Finally, the institutions, “each within the limits of their competences and functions”, are urged to promote “awareness of the risks associated with non-compliance with these commitments, monitoring their compliance”.

The premises of the document begin with the observation that “the media, in the digital ecosystem more than in the past, represent a supporting element of the social, cultural, economic, technological and political infrastructure” and that “the infosphere is not designed, planned, developed and managed for children and adolescents “. (HANDLE).

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