David Cameron: Web firms 'must do more' over extremism
The Intelligence and Security Committee (ISC)'s report into the murder of Fusilier Lee Rigby suggests there was a "significant possibility" MI5 could have prevented the attack had its agents been aware of an online exchange between Michael Adebowale and a person codenamed Foxtrot in December 2012.
Prime Minister David Cameron, speaking in the House of Commons, outlined his concerns.
He said web companies had a responsibility to put in place methods of discovering, and reporting extremist material.
25 Nov 2014
- From the section Technology