UK unveils law to fine social media firms which fail to remove online abuse

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UK unveils law to fine social media firms which fail to remove online abuse

Up to 10 percent of turnover.

Britain is planning a new law would see social media companies fined up to 10 percent of turnover or 18 million pounds (A$32.5 million) if they failed to stamp out online abuses such as racist hate crimes, while senior managers could also face criminal action. The Online Safety Bill also seeks ...

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