Papua New Guinea PM Pushes Proposal for Social Media Regulation, Citing Need to Stop “Fake News”’

Papua New Guinea PM Pushes Proposal for Social Media Regulation, Citing Need to Stop “Fake News”’ By Mong Palatino The Papua New Guinea government has set its sights on regulating social media in order to combat the spread of online hoaxes and fake news. Critics and journalists have warned that it could lead to the curtailment of free speech. Prime Minister Peter O’Neill has instructed the Ministry for Communications and Information Technology to review how the government can regulate social media to protect citizens affected by the circulation of fake…

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The UK’s “porn block” law comes in in a few weeks, and Firefox looks set to roll out DNS encryption so people can keep their browsing habits private and avoid the ban. Google Chrome, however, is bowing to government pressure.

The UK’s “porn block” law comes in in a few weeks, and Firefox looks set to roll out DNS encryption so people can keep their browsing habits private and avoid the ban. Google Chrome, however, is bowing to government pressure. Mozilla Firefox seems to be positioning itself as the anti-censorship browser, in contrast to Google, ahead of the “porn block” implementation on June 15 – after which Brits will be forced to get “age verified” by handing over their details or using a passport, bank card, or “porn pass” from…

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America’s Version Of Bill C-16 Just Passed The House Of Representatives And “It Is The Most Dangerous Bill To Freedom Of Speech And The Free Exercise Of Religion That Has Ever Been Proposed On A National Level…”

America’s Version Of Bill C-16 Just Passed The House Of Representatives And “It Is The Most Dangerous Bill To Freedom Of Speech And The Free Exercise Of Religion That Has Ever Been Proposed On A National Level…” submitted by /u/MrAnonxmous to r/FreeSpeech [link] [comments] top scoring links : multi

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