Social media conglomerates are “shamefully far” from tackling illegal and dangerous material, adds a parliamentary report.
Hate speech, fear recruitment videos and sexual idols of children all took too long to be removed, said the Home Thing Select Committee report.
It called for a review of UK laws and stronger enforcement around illegal cloth.
And the government should consider making the sites pay to help patrol what parties post, it said.
The cross-party committee took indication from Facebook, Twitter and Google, the mother company of YouTube, for its report.