ISPCC: €2m Vodafone deal didn’t affect decision

20th May, 2018

The ISPCC said its €2 million partnership with Vodafone did not influence its decision to advocate to keep the digital age of consent at the age of 13.

The child protection charity received €400,000 from Vodafone last year as part of a five-year partnership which includes €2 million in direct funding as well as a commitment by the company to cover the cost of Childline phone services for ten years.

It was one of the organisations...

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