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French top court strikes down most of online hate speech law

French top court strikes down most of online hate speech law

France’s top court rejected most of a draft law passed by France’s parliament last month that would have compelled social media platforms to remove any hateful content within 24 hours. The top court noted that the measure put the onus for analyzing content solely on tech platforms and said this could create an incentive for risk-averse platforms to indiscriminately remove flagged content.

Sandra
Sandra
Seekster
Seekster 5 months

What happened to France? First Macron refuses to take down statues that upset snowflakes and now the French court is actually supporting freedom of speech? I doubt this will last but I am pleasantly surprised.

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