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France passes hate speech law; social media networks to remove offensive content within 24 hours; new button for users to flag abuse

Firstpost Tuesday, 9 July 2019
France on Tuesday passed a landmark law to fight online hate speech which will oblige social media networks to remove offending content in 24 hours.
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News video: French MPs pass landmark bill to fight online hate speech

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It means social media networks will have to remove offending content within 24 hours.

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