UK online censorship bill could ban ‘legal but harmful’ content under guise of protecting children
(by Andreas Wailzer | LifeSite News) – The United Kingdom’s revised Online Safety Bill (OSB) threatens social media companies with huge fines if they do not protect children from “legal but harmful” content.
This may lead to massive online censorship, as social media companies could ban the content outright, since enforcing a ban on child accounts may not be feasible, as the editor-in-chief of The Spectator magazine, Fraser Nelson, argues.
“Britain is sleepwalking into censorship and we’re running out of time to stop it,” Nelson writes. Read Full Article >