In light of the London Attacks, Theresa May blames the internet:
“We cannot allow this ideology the safe space it needs to breed – yet that is precisely what the internet, and the big companies that provide internet-based services provide,” Ms May said.
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The Conservative manifesto pledges regulation of the internet, including forcing internet providers to participate in counter-extremism drives and making it more difficult to access pornography.
but, some believe internet regulation will make it easier for terrorists:
“If successful, Theresa May could push these vile networks into even darker corners of the web, where they will be even harder to observe," wrote Jim Killock, the campaign group's executive director.
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The group noted that “real solutions” would “require attempts to address the actual causes of extremism”. “Debating controls on the internet risks distracting from these very hard and vital questions,” Mr Killock wrote.
How would even more internet regulation hinder terrorism?
When some of these acts are committed by lone wolves (i.e. Manchester Attack a couple of weeks ago) whom may not need to communicate via end to end encrypted applications?
I would also assume the Snoopers Charter currently does enough to monitor particular websites they may be visiting that endorses such extremist behaviour.