Tuesday, October 3, 2017

Watching 'far-right propaganda' or accessing jihadi websites could result in 15-year jail term - Tory Home Secretary


Watching streamed extremist material online will be a criminal offence under plans to crackdown on terrorist propaganda. Home Secretary Amber Rudd will say those found guilty of repeatedly viewing terrorist material could face up to 15 years in jail. The new law will extend an existing ban on downloading and possessing the content on a PC to repeatedly watching it through sites like YouTube.