Online Safety Bill

The Online Safety Bill proposes a fine of up to $20,000 and jail term of up to five years for individuals found guilty by the courts. Picture: JOVESA NAISUA

IRRESPONSIBLE social media users could be paying up to $20,000 in fine and face an imprisonment sentence of up to five years if investigated by the Online Safety Commission and found guilty by the courts. Chairman of the parliamentary standing committee on Justice, Law and Human Rights Ashneel Sudhakar made the comments while tabling the […]

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