Britain should take the lead on policing the web and be ‘the safest place to be online’ says PM

BRITAIN should be the leader in policing the internet, Theresa May has declared.

Facebook and Google could soon be forced to delete personal data on demand in an online crackdown unveiled by the Prime Minister.

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Under her vision, technology giants could be forced to give people more control over their online data.

Web publishers have also repeatedly come under fire for hosting illegal…

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