More safeguards needed to protect kid influencers

There are general legal protections that would apply to kidfluencers in Malaysia, but it might be time to have specific legislation, says Wu. — Posed pic/123rf

PARENTS can only do so much when it comes to protecting children who become social media influencers.

Content Forum Malaysia chairman Rafiq Razali says that according to the Content Code, all effort must be made to ensure that any content provided will not result in causing, encouraging, or promoting physical and emotional injury or abuse, or expose young children to moral danger.

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