BRUSSELS – Terrorist propaganda and other terreurgerelateerd material must be in the EU within one hour offline. Isps that are not doing that can have a penalty of 4 percent of the annual turnover being imposed.
Terrorist messages are due to the rapid spread of the most harmful in the first hour, according to Brussels.
The EU-ministers of Justice have Thursday agreed. The European Commission presented in september for this to legally regulate because voluntary agreements with internet platforms as Facebook, Twitter and Google insufficient yield.
Terrorist messages are due to the rapid spread of the most harmful in the first hour, according to Brussels. Providers should also ensure that the material removed is not re-pops.
The netherlands believes that the proposal is too little protection for their rights. To the freedom of expression to protect would be a command to delete a message, to the right in the country of the provider must be able to be submitted, the minister Ferd Grapperhaus. For that position, however, was not a majority. Providers be obliged to report complaints about deleted messages to treat.
As the European Parliament’s position has been determined, the negotiations on the text of the start.