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The European Union has approved rules to force big technology firms such as Google, Facebook and Twitter to remove illegal and harmful content.

Companies will also have to disclose how they tackle disinformation.


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Last month, the EU approved separate legislation to prevent anti-competitive behaviour.

Could the regulations limit innovation and free speech on the internet?

Presenter: Mohammed Jamjoom


Johannes Bahrke – Coordinating Spokesperson for the Digital Economy, Research and Innovation, European Commission.

Catalina Goanta – Associate Professor in Private Law and Technology, Utrecht University.

Thomas Vinje – Partner and Co-Chair of the Global Antitrust Group, Clifford Chance law firm.

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YouKnowWho says:

The part with the harmful content is to be seen extremely dangerous and sensitive imho… Looks like a huge "power shift" towards the governments for me…

Emanuel Baba Yaga Ortiz says:

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Najmi aiman says:


Emanuel Baba Yaga Ortiz says:

If the US told Russia arrest these hackers. But now the EU is talking about illegal โ€œcontentโ€. Maybe the EU should seek real perspective of what regulating means. Youโ€™re not helping anyone. Apple didnโ€™t want to cooperate with a federal agency. Elon Musk is spending money like Google. Facebook wonโ€™t stop buying data gathering platforms. God forbid i instill the idea that WhatsApp needs to keep my privacyโ€ฆ because at the end of the day thatโ€™s what matters. That 5G technology is causing cancer and the Queen of England keeps stealing children to eat for the winter equinox egg hatching ritual at the castle of darknessโ€ฆ

Rodolphe Drolet says:

Can we get a printed copy of terms of all rules and another when the rule change as in all the rules again ๐Ÿ˜œ

Rodolphe Drolet says:

So you post and then the next day you can post it for real ๐Ÿ˜‚

Rodolphe Drolet says:

Good ๐Ÿ˜Š then 2024 they with protect the laws as in where it hurts

John Dewey says:

Tech companies should never be held accountable about how their systems are used. Did we ever hold Telephone companies accountable for what people said on the phones? EU is just milking the fat pocket of these companies, instead addressing the issues in their societies, like governments should.

Jamie Siple says:

If liberty means anything at all it means the right to tell people what they do not want to hear.โ€™ George Orwell

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White Quetzal says:

The near future may split the American and European internet into two distinct spaces, as long as my country holds on to its outdated constitution the first amendment is incompatible with any non-threat censorship.

Nj & Tk says:

Good decision ๐Ÿ‘

gguybr says:

If they go too far with that they will be paving a legal road to dictatorships.

AssassinsRequiem says:

The only thing that stifles innovation is the lack of a challenge. They were challenged to create something great, now they should see the challenge of keeping people's right to privacy secured as well, and not sell out everything just for a little profit.

AssassinsRequiem says:

Big corporations, just like big tech, will become vengeful because they have tasted unrestricting profits and will become vengeful & destructive.

It's like if you have a child that throws a tantrum, destroys your home, and then uses that example as a reason for you to not berate or ever say no to them. Corporations should always be treated like toddlers, forced to follow rules so that they grow up with more respect towards the people around them.

Amir Fahmi says:

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Scott Pascal says:

Well done EU! Facebook, Instagram, etc… all of them are spyware.

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Wallace Ahtone says:

Big tech needs regulation. It amazes me just how much influence they have had over our Economics and govornments. They have an ungodly amount of power here in plutocratic America.

Bibbi Bibbi says:

I hope deep in my heart they ban all these companies they have destroyed the world . Free speech they have censorship. If news does not follow what the government wants they are ban.

Zsuzsanna Blasko says:

Thank Gid for final safety!
Lets stop virtual world and get back to normal life with healthy experiences.

Bill Huffman says:

It's all about controlling YOU!

Bhoot Fm Official says:

Don't use Facebook, use open source communication application.

Always Grateful says:

O believers! Do not follow the footsteps of Satan. Whoever follows Satanโ€™s footsteps, then let them know that he surely he invites to immorality and wickedness.

Had it not been for Allahโ€™s grace and mercy upon you, none of you would have ever been purified. But Allah purifies whoever He wills. And Allah is All-Hearing, All-Knowing.

Awol Peace says:

What ethno-targeted hate propaganda on social media?

M asif Khan says:

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