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With racism, extremism, and child pornography becoming rife, the UK government could propose having companies like Facebook and Twitter prosecuted for these cases if no action is taken.
According to new research, your perception of what children and young adults experience online might be challenged after it was concluded that individuals do not experience as much online abuse.
The UK has put forward new rules governing how people can behave online, giving prosecutors a legal basis. Doxxing, trolling and cyber-bullying have now become essentially illegal.