Online Safety Bill delayed yet again

John Leonard
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Online Safety Bill delayed yet again
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Online Safety Bill delayed yet again

Controversial bill was due a third reading in Commons next week but timeline is now unclear

The Online Safety Bill, The government's flagship legislation to make the internet safer for vulnerable users, has been delayed yet again. First published in draft in May 2021, the bill was mean...

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