Snapchat joins EU Code of Conduct against hate speech

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A close-up image showing the Snapchat app on an iPhone in Kaarst, Germany, 08 November 2017.

Snapchat joins EU Code of Conduct against hate speech


Popular multimedia messaging app Snapchat has decided to join the European Union's "Code of Conduct", according to an announcement by the European Commission.
The EU's code of conduct on countering illegal online hate speech was first presented in 2016 and initially had four major internet platforms that participated - Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter, and YouTube. Snapchat is the seventh major IT platform to join the EU's non-binding ethics regulations to fight illegal online hate speech.
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