‘We don’t live in China!’: Theresa May’s plans to fine technology firms for hosting extreme content are compared to that of ‘a Chinese dictator’ by her OWN counter-terrorism watchdog

Technology firms, including Google, its video site YouTube and Facebook, have been accused of dragging their feet and failing to remove extremist material quickly.

The Prime Minister has promised action to punish them in the courts because of the number of cases where terrorists including ISIS-recruits and far-right supporters are radicalised online.

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  • tom_billesley

    Islamofauxbic will be removed immediately.
    Islamic content will be referred to an interfaith committee that meets twice a year.

  • Watchman

    Let me make a prediction:
    – Jihadist videos, especially those not in English, will be mainly untouched.
    – Anti-jihadist videos exposing the Jihadist video and translating the contents of the jihadist videos or explaining the violent passages of the Qur’an will be removed and the posters severely prosecuted.

    • Exile1981

      Anything uncovering media or gov’t lies will be accused of ‘radicalizing’ people towards the right as well.

    • Maggat

      Spelling error, should read persecuted not prosecuted.

  • Red-Pilled Conservative

    “We don’t live in China!”, says the Rt. Hon. Theresa May’s own counter-terrorism chief.

    No. But if you keep importing Muslims and inevitably become a Sharia state, you’ll be wishing that your country was more like China instead.