Boris Johnson threatens social media bosses with legal action over online hate Labour has offered to work with the government on measures to tackle online extremism after the killing of Sir David Amess. Nadine Dorries threatens social media giants with ‘financial hammer blow’Culture secretary says government will review Online Safety Bill in light of Sir David Amess death Taming the tech giants is one thing. Giving free rein to censors quite another | Nick CohenThere are plenty of ills for the online safety bill to tackle. But who decides what’s right and wrong? Nadine Dorries commits to online safety reforms in memory of David AmessCulture secretary says online hate has ‘poisoned public life’ and pledges fines for platforms that amplify hateful content Facebook whistleblower advises UK lawmakers on enforcing Online Safety BillIf left to conduct their own risk assessments, social media companies may "bury their head in the sand," said Sophie Zhang in a parliamentary hearing on Monday. What is the Online Safety Bill and why are some people worried about it?A draft of the bill is being scrutinised before it is formally introduced to parliament. While some have welcomed its provisions to protect children, others have criticised it as a "censor's charter". UK online safety bill could set tone for global social media regulationFacebook and Google will be watching closely as MPs and peers consider proposed landmark legislation Father of Killed Reporter Asks Regulators to Investigate FacebookAndy Parker, the father of a journalist killed in 2015, filed a complaint with the F.T.C. urging it to increase regulation on the tech giant, saying it failed to remove videos of his daughter’s killing.