Technology secretary Michelle Donelan says online safety bill will enable Ofcom to fine firms up to 10% of their global turnover

Social media firms could face “humongous” fines if they fail to block the accounts of under-13s, the technology secretary has said.

Michelle Donelan made the comments on the eve of the long-awaited online safety bill returning to parliament for its final stages on Wednesday after numerous delays.

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