Social services minister says big tech companies give ideology of hatred a ‘safe space to breed’ and government should look at calls for greater powers

The Coalition minister Christian Porter has supported calls by the British prime minister to further regulate the internet in order to tackle the threat of terrorism and radicalisation.

Porter, the social services minister, was speaking on ABC’s Q&A program, which addressed calls by Theresa May for increased anti-terrorism powers, such as preventative detention and greater regulation of internet-based radicalisation after the latest London terrorist attacks.

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