New UK code of conduct should require ISPs to take down radical extremist content, MPs say

The Government should help UK internet service providers (ISPs) draw up new rules requiring them to proactively remove radical extremist content posted online, a committee of MPs has said.The Home Affairs Committee said that the internet was one of the main “drivers of radicalisation” and that it was more likely that individuals become “radicalised” on the basis of what they read online than their experiences at university, prison or “religious institutions”.To read this Out-Law News report in full, see:

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