Home secretary ‘not afraid to take action’ as he pledges extra £21.5m to catch offenders

Some technology firms are refusing to take online child sexual abuse seriously enough, the home secretary has said while announcing an extra £21.5m to help investigators track down offenders.

Sajid Javid said he didn’t want to “name and shame” the companies because he wanted to give them a chance to respond, but if they did not he would “not be afraid to take action” against them.

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