Social media platforms have to face regulation

Social media platforms have to face regulation

Increasingly, the internet is also being used as a force for malice, and in ways not likely to have been envisaged when it was first conceived

Tim Berners-Lee invented the World Wide Web decades ago, and its popularity is such that it now has a presence in virtually every home in the country, and around the globe too. In many respects it represents a huge, powerful force: a force for good, and, as we have increasingly found, it can be a negative force too, depending on how people choose to interact with it.

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