Repressive new censorship laws return to Parliament for their second reading this week.
Online censorship legislation will be debated in the Commons Comes as new plans to support some people and fight deemed falsities online are launched Funding
boost will help people's critical thinking online through a new expert Media Literacy Taskforce alongside proposals to pay for training for teachers and library workers
Parliamentarians will debate the government's groundbreaking Online Censorship
Bill which requires social media platforms, search engines and other apps and websites allowing people to post content to censor 'wrong think' content.
Ofcom, the official state censor, will have the power to fine companies failing to comply with
the laws up to ten per cent of their annual global turnover, force them to improve their practices and block non-compliant sites. Crucially, the laws have strong measures to safeguard children from harmful content such as pornography and child sexual