May 18, 2015 Non-U.S., Online, Youth & Schools
Charlotte Henry reports:
Joanna Shields, the former Facebook executive turned Conservative peer, is set to be appointed as minister for internet security in the new government.
Baroness Shields is formally listed on the government’s website as a minister in the department for culture, media and sport. However, she has not yet been given a full portfolio by Conservative Prime Minister David Cameron.
City A.M. understands that internet security and protecting children online is the role Shield’s new department expect her to take.
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