“The CEOs of the nation’s telcos have penned an open letter to the major social media providers. They suggest following European proposals which include taking down material within a specified period, proactive measures and fines of up to $80m for failure to do so. ‘Consumers have the right to be protected, whether using services funded by money or data. Now is the time for this conversation to be had and we call on all of you to join us at the table and be part of the solution,’ they write.” Spark, Vodafone, 2degrees pen open letter to Facebook, Twitter, Google, NZ Herald, 18.3.2019
Auch die EU-Europäer erklären, Netzwerkdurchsetzungsgesetz, Uploadfilter und andere Zensurmaßnahmen dienten nur dem Schutz von Kunden und Rechteinhabern.
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