EU Wants to Fine Internet Companies That Don’t Remove Extremist Content Quickly

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Internet companies could face stiff fines by the European Commission if a new proposal to impose penalties on web pages for failing to remove extremist content after only one hour’s notice is passed.

The European Union’s executive body proposed a new law Wednesday that seeks to limit “propaganda that prepares, incites or glorifies acts of terrorism” online, AP reported, by forcing internet companies to pay for not removing it in a timely fashion.4

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