Coroner's conclusion is a landmark ruling about online content

Such tragedies remind us of the importance of Project Liberty. We believe this is a legal precedent, so worth sharing.

The coroner said he did not “think it would be safe" to leave suicide as a conclusion for himself to consider, instead finding Molly “died from an act of self-harm while suffering depression and the negative effects of online content”. Online material viewed by Molly Russell ‘was not safe’, Coroner concludes:
Molly Russell: Online posts viewed by tragic 14-year-old were not safe for child to see, coroner rules | Evening Standard

“This should send shockwaves through Silicon Valley - tech companies must expect to be held to account when they put the safety of children second to commercial decisions.”:

Molly Russell: Social media a factor in teenager’s death, coroner says - BBC News
It is some consolation for the parents and siblings that there will be liabilities for the effects of negative content.
Patrick

“These young people are the collateral damage of a “move fast and break things” culture in the tech industry, where tragedy is met with a wilful corporate blindness.”:

The Molly Russell inquest verdict damns Silicon Valley. There can be no more excuses | Peter Wanless and Beeban Kidron | The Guardian

The imminent Online Safety Bill (UK) will no doubt reflect this verdict. Thanks, Patrick