Big Tech to work with EU to fight misinformation and deepfakes

Tom Allen
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The new Code of Practice contains commitments to fight bots, deepfakes and other growing types of disinformation
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The new Code of Practice contains commitments to fight bots, deepfakes and other growing types of disinformation

Although voluntary, breaking the Code after signing up to it risks an even heavier fine than breaching GDPR rules.

Tech companies including Meta, Google, Twitter, TikTok and Microsoft have agreed to follow the European Commission's new Code of Practice on Disinformation, which aims to fight the spread of disinf...

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