Free speech in the UK: it’s the business of parliament, not Ofcom, to judge what is OK to publish – Jeffrey Howard

3 03 2020

The UK government recently announced a new plan to regulate social media companies such as YouTube, Facebook and Twitter. The proposals give the government’s media regulator, Ofcom, extensive powers to tell tech giants what speech they must suppress – and to punish them if they don’t. Read the rest of this entry »