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But Labour's Tom Watson said the government had "squandered" chances to "get tough on the tech giants". Mr Hancock told BBC One's Andrew Marr Show, presented by Emma Barnett, that the government "just don't know" how many children of the millions using using social media were not old enough for an account and he was "very worried" about age verification.

Asked what the threshold would be for firms to be hit with fines, in terms of underage children on certain platforms, he said: He told the programme he hopes "we get to a position" where all users of social media have to get their age verified.

Codes of conduct would be examined he said as existing "terms of reference" were often not enforced properly. Asked how many of the 14 firms invited to attend government talks had showed up, he replied: The culture secretary has admitted that calling on technology companies to "step up" and "do more" has only got ministers so far. A plan to introduce age verification for all porn sites was due to come into force in April, but has been delayed with no details given about how it might work.

An "opt in" system where internet service providers ask people if they want to access adult content has seen sex education and suicide prevention advice inadvertently blocked. A new law in Germany forcing social networks to remove hate speech within 24 hours is being revised after complaints that too much content was being blocked. Two government departments are working on the new laws aimed at holding technology companies to account.

He said that this, and the difficulties getting Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg to answer MPs' questions showed Britain did not have the power needed: Pushed for details of how quickly social media firms would have to remove terrorist content to avoid a fine, he said: Two government departments are working on a White Paper expected to be brought forward later this year.

Asked about the same issue on ITV's Peston on Sunday, Mr Hancock said the government would be legislating "in the next couple of years" because "we want to get the details right". Barnardo's chief executive officer Javed Khan urged the government to consider legislation "that ends the era of technology self-regulation and puts children's safety at the heart of the online world". But shadow culture secretary Tom Watson said: There have been a number of efforts by politicians to curb intimidation and abuse on social media.

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