EU forces to remove terrorist content within an hour
The European Union (EU) has announced that it is forcing hosting providers to remove terrorist content from their platforms within an hour of it being flagged by EU authorities.
Follow Neowin, the EU said depending on the member states the penalty would be different, but the numbers would have to be commensurate. Besides that, EU also requires providers to remove terrorist content if it is shared by other accounts.
Appropriate penalties will be imposed if the hosting providers fail to comply with the requirements
For companies concerned about undue access from member states, any removal request must include a rationale for the removal and details of how the supplier may object to the removal. . The rules also aim to protect freedom of expression and the right to provide content for educational, journalistic, art or research.
The EU has been organizing workshops for member states and suppliers to help them get ready for the rules that come into effect on June 6. Europol has also created a platform for member states to use to securely send content removal requests to vendors.
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