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UK Could Charge Facebook And Google Large Fines

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Business Insider recently wrote, "The British government is going to hit social media firms with fines potentially worth billions of dollars if they fail to rid their platforms of harmful content." UK's digital minister Margot James, told the press, "There will be a powerful sanction regime and it's inconceivable that it won't include financial penalties. And they will have to be of a size to act as a deterrent. If you look at the ICO's fining powers, that might be a useful guide to what we're thinking about..."

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