A new E-Safety Commissioner will target cyber-bullies who post malicious content aimed at children. (AAP) Tweet Facebook Mail A new Children’s E-Safety Commissioner role is set to be created by the Abbott government in its fight against online abuse. The commissioner will have the power to order social media giants such as Twitter and Facebook to remove content deemed damaging to young people, and to potentially issue fines should they not comply. The role is also aimed at educating the public about online abuse and cyber-bullying, Fairfax Media reports. "The Abbott government is delivering on its election promise to enhance online safety for children and we are working to have legislation ready to introduce into Parliament by the end of the year," Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull said.Mr Turnbull said the position would be hopefully be created by the end of the year. Parliamentary Secretary for Communications Paul Fletcher said individuals still had the right to complain to police about cyber-bullying and he expects social media sites to comply with government requests to have offensive posts removed. "This is about getting informal and rapid action to get content taken down," he said.RelatedDestiny 2 breathes new light into old gaming franchise Supermassive black hole 2000 light years closer than we thoughtNew Chinese stealth bomber 'can target US bases thousands of kilometres away'The E-Safety Commissioner will likely have the power to issue notices to individuals who post malicious content targeting children and will refer those who do not comply to police.
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