Commerce and governments only discovered the Internet once it was established, and therefore had little chance to exploit it or regulate it as it grew. Since the inception of online technology and its development into a powerful and global communications network, governments have tried to control it. In April 2019 the UK Government has just released its “Online Harms” white paper: The government wants the UK to be the safest place in the world to go online, and the best place to start and grow a digital business. The responsibility of the service providers to do more and to expect technological solutions to what are essentially technological facilitated social problems is rife in the online safeguarding space, and can frequently cause tension between the technology providers and the policy makers. Governments and policy makers are aware that they have little chance to implement legislation that can effectively control the online world.