Re: I'd just like to say don't trust CHINA
It is all-too-predictable that regular bots like "Jake" will disagree
Wikipedia will not comply with any age checks required under the Online Safety Bill, its foundation says.
...The Online Safety Bill, currently before Parliament, places duties on tech firms to protect users from harmful or illegal content and is expected to come fully into force some time in 2024.
More diligent content moderation, less disinformation:
Platforms and search engines need to take measures to address risks linked to the dissemination of illegal content online and to negative effects on freedom of expression and information;
Platforms need to analyse their specific risks, and put in place mitigation measures – for instance, to address the spread of disinformation and inauthentic use of their service.
Our politicians are actively taking steps to make censorship easier, and ensure that the only disinformation spread is the government approved stuff.