1st Jun 2023


Twitter forced to disclose what it does to tackle hate speech

An appeals court in Paris, on Thursday, ordered US social media giant Twitter to fully disclose details ofn its approach to tackle hate speech online, Reuters reported. The ruling comes after six anti-discrimination groups argued that only a fraction of hateful content online was being taken down 48 hours after being flagged. The court also imposed a symbolic, €1,500 fine in damages to each of the six plaintiffs.

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