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EU lawmakers pass online terrorist content law


The European Parliament’s Home Affairs Committee (LIBE) agreed to a new EU regulation to prevent the dissemination of terrorist content online (TERREG) by 52 votes last week, the regulation has now been deemed approved by the plenary without a vote.

The regulation will allow the authorities in any of the 27 EU countries to have Internet content removed, even if hosted by a third-party member, within one hour, without requiring a court order. The proposal has been criticized by numerous NGOs a…

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