Germany will enforce a law that imposing editorial demands on social media platforms, demanding a swift reaction to hate speech and, more controversially, fake news.
The law has been criticized as encouraging censorship.
The companies will also be forced to introduce an official complaint structure, obliging platforms to monitor their content and improve their real-time reporting protocols.
Platforms failing to react within 24-hours face €50 million fines. The challenge to Facebook, Twitter, ...
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