The Online Safety Bill risks censoring Christian teaching

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Clamping down on illegal online activity is a good thing. But the Government wants to require social media and search engine companies like Facebook, Twitter and Google to protect people from what it calls ‘legal but harmful’ content too. Big Tech shouldn’t get to decide what is and isn’t allowed to be said on controversial issues. Where will this leave mainstream Christian beliefs on sexual ethics, gender, parenting?

The Institute’s Ciarán Kelly and Dave Greatorex discuss some of the problems with the Online Safety Bill.

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