Dutton backs misinformation crackdown after stabbing

By Andrew Brown
Updated April 21 2024 - 3:45pm, first published 3:40pm
False theories and graphic content were posted online following a stabbing at a Sydney church. (Paul Braven/AAP PHOTOS)
False theories and graphic content were posted online following a stabbing at a Sydney church. (Paul Braven/AAP PHOTOS)

Tougher penalties forcing social media companies to remove misinformation from their platforms need to be rolled out to set a benchmark for the rest of the world, the opposition leader claims.

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