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Voters back tougher rules on social media, survey shows

By David Crowe and Zoe Samios

29 November 2021 — 5.00am

Scott Morrison and Michaelia Cash have announced a change to defamation laws to tackle anonymous trolls.
Credit: Alex Ellinghausen, Getty Images

Two-thirds of Australian adults back the idea of holding Facebook and other social media companies responsible for posts made on their platforms, while 70 per cent want anonymous “trolls” to be revealed in tougher rules for millions of users.

Voters support the case for greater oversight of the social networks, with 71 per cent favouring better regulation at the same time Prime Minister Scott Morrison promises a draft bill to subject the…

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