The "Christchurch Call" summit in Paris is likely to fall short in two critical areas, according to the author of a new report funded by the Law Foundation (embedded below).

The social media pow-wow was called by Jacinda Ardern after the March 15 Christchurch shootings. The New Zealand Prime Minister will co-chair it with French President Emmanuel Macron.

It will take place in Paris on May 15, piggybacking on an already planned meeting of digital ministers from the G7 countries (Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the UK and the US).

The exact agenda is being tightly guarded.


But researcher Marianne


The six recommendations from Elliott's report

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