EU dismisses Zuckerberg's proposed rules for online content regulation

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It is Facebook's responsibility to meet EU's demands and not the other way around, says EU Industry Commissioner

EU Industry Commissioner Thierry Breton has rejected Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's proposed rules for online content regulation, saying Facebook must take the responsibility for harmful and fake c...

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