‘If you say something intended to cause someone ‘extreme psychological distress’ and you don’t have a reason for doing so, you can be jailed for two years.’
Buried in the #onlinesafetybill is a new offence. If you say something intended to cause someone 'extreme psychological distress' and you don’t have a reason for doing so, you can be jailed for two years.
— The Free Speech Union (@SpeechUnion) June 13, 2022
h/t A Deplorable Neanderthal
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