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Social media firms will be forced by law to stamp out abuse by anonymous online trolls

1 month ago   |   By Daily Mail

Culture Secretary Nadine Dorries wants to toughen legislation in the UK so web giants have a duty to protect users from hate spewed by those hiding their identity.
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