Online Safety Bill is watered-down – but should it really legislate for ‘hurt feelings’?

Parts of a planned law to protect people using the Internet from seeing illegal material have been watered down – to protect free speech, it seems. The government has removed a section of the Online Safety Bill that refers to “legal but harmful material”. This means the largest, high-risk online platforms like Facebook, Instagram and…

Online Safety Bill is watered-down – but should it really legislate for ‘hurt feelings’?
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