Online Safety Bill: divisive internet rules become law

“The internet as we know it faces a very real threat,” said Proton CEO Andy Yen, who says the bills gives the government the power to access people’s private messages. “No-one would tolerate this in the physical world, so why do we in the digital world?”

Source: BBC News

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