LETTER in @email@example.com: The #Onlinesafetybill does not, as Chris Philps claims, protected. Rather, it pushes automated censorship.
@jim It's the secondary legislation that is the biggest problem. The Bill's reach needs to be spelt out, clearly, in primary legislation so parliament knows exactly what it is voting on.
@gruff And the inherent flexibility in the approach — it is impossible to know what SIs may contain, or ministerial direction may mean
@jim and therefore impossible for MPs to know what they are voting for. Actually, I don't think either Labour or Conservative will care because voting it through dangles the reward of complete and total control......
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