EU votes to fine internet giants four per cent of turnover if they fail to remove extremist content

Nicholas Fearn
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European Parliament. Stock photo

New laws aimed squarely at Facebook, Twitter and Google

Internet platforms that don't remove extremist content in an hour of being asked by authorities face fines of four per cent of their turnover under new EU regulations voted through on Wednesday. ...

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