The UK government is reportedly considering tightening up online trolling laws after a number of incidents involving online harassment, which have resulted in a series of arrests and charges.
The UK Home Office, which oversees the police, has also proposed a ban on “online harassment,” a reference to online threats against politicians.
It adds: “The police are currently investigating the following incidents involving threats of harm against individuals or organisations online. “
This includes social media users who are using platforms to harass politicians and others, as well as those who harass others, including members of the public.”
The second was an online threat against a politician and the public who supported her in the 2017 general election. “
The first was an incident involving a politician who had been accused of inciting racial hatred.
The second was an online threat against a politician and the public who supported her in the 2017 general election.
The third was an attempted rape of a young woman by a man who said he wanted to ‘beat her up’.” The Home Office has said that online threats are “a serious threat to national security” and that “online hate speech is not protected under the right to freedom of expression or expression of opinion.”
It says that “there is no legal basis for such harassment or threats, and that we take online threats seriously.”
The move comes amid a spate of arrests of online trolls and online hate groups, including the arrests of people who post pro-Donald Trump messages on social media sites.
The Home Secretary has been accused in the past of using Twitter to harass people, and it has been widely reported that she has been under pressure to crack down on the use of social media by trolls and hate groups.