Sanjit Gill, Head of Public Policy, UK & Ireland, Snap
“Self-expression and creativity among friends are at the heart of the Snapchat platform. In order for Snapchatters to express themselves freely and have fun with their friends, they need to feel safe – and we want Snapchat to be a safe and positive place for everyone that uses it.
We are proud to be a long-standing supporter of Safer Internet Day and the UK Safer Internet Centre, and are excited to play our part in supporting this year’s theme of ‘Making space for conversations about life online.’
To mark Safer Internet Day 2023, we are launching our inaugural Digital Well-Being (DWB) Index, a measure of Generation Z’s online psychological well-being. Our Digital Well-Being research included UK teens (aged 13-17), young adults (aged 18-24) and parents of teens aged 13-19, and provided new insights into Gen Z’s exposure to online risks, their relationships including with their parents, and their reflections about their activities online.” Learn more at values.snap.com.”