Facebook has agreed to provide the names of French users who are suspected of using so-called hate speech on its platform to the courts when requested. Before this mandate, Facebook only provided identification information for terrorism or cases of violence. The European Commission defines illegal hate speech as public conduct that incites violence or hatred to groups of people defined by characteristics such as race, religion, and ethnic origin. One critic said that hate speech is no longer considered part of freedom of speech, it’s now on the same level as terrorism. The policy could spread to other European countries.
Facebook has agreed to give the names of French users who are suspected of using hate speech on its platform to the courts when requested.
The deal is believed to be the first of its kind in the world.
In the past, the tech giant has revealed IP addresses and other forms of identification to French judges – but only in cases relating to terrorism and violent acts.
Cedric O, French minister for digital affairs, called the deal “huge news”.
Illegal hate speech is defined by the European Commission as public conduct that incites violence or hatred to groups of people defined by characteristics such as race, religion, and ethnic origin.
As long as individuals are required by law to pay into a system not of their choosing and without an option to leave, corruption will flourish and pensions will suffer. When coercion enters, virtue and excellence leave. The people of France are headed into a long conflict in which both of their options are doomed.
No violence occurred. Thank God our fears were unfounded that the Deep State might throw a few mind-controlled zombies into the crowd posing as Nazis or white supremacists to kill some innocent bystanders so the press could go bananas over the alleged need for gun confiscation.
Schweizer further disclosed that during the 2016 campaign, $83 million was channeled through a mysterious media-buying company called Old Town Media. The company was run by two of Bernie Sanders’ wife’s friends out of a suburban house in Virginia.
A survey conducted in 2017 found that more than 50% of families have no intention of having a second child, with many saying they believed it was too expensive. Japan and South Korea are also suffering from low birth rates and aging populations.
The Department of Education revealed that more than 18,700 suspected victims of child sexual exploitation were identified by local authorities in England in 2018-19, a major increase from 3,300 reported in 2013.
No one in these companies has claimed that any of this will reduce global warming to any appreciable degree. It’s all about making money, increasing taxes, and controlling people in the name of a supposedly good cause. It’s a great business for con artists.
A report concluded that the police overlooked crimes committed by an “Asian” grooming gang for fear of being called racist. Members of the Greater Manchester Police were told to focus on apprehending offenders of “other ethnicities”.
Hedge funds, globally, are in a financial tail spin, and many have already blocked investors from withdrawing their money. True to form, the Federal Reserve is preparing to infuse these firms with super low-cost loans that will help to bail them out – at taxpayer expense, of course.
The Oregon-based youth advocacy group, Our Children’s Trust, filed the lawsuit in 2015 seeking an injunction ordering the government to implement a plan to phase out fossil fuel emissions and draw down atmospheric carbon dioxide emission.
Florida state lawmakers have proposed a gun control ban on assault weapons, which are defined as “semiautomatic rifles and shotguns capable of holding more than 10 rounds of ammunition at once, either in fixed or detachable magazine, or any other ammunition feeding device.”
The governor of Puerto Rico fired the island’s emergency manager, Carlos Acevedo, hours after a warehouse filled with supplies believed to be from when Hurricane Maria struck the island in September 2017.
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Nigel Stringer, who has been a court magistrate for 26 years, now finds himself being prosecuted for defending his family against an armed gang who stormed his home. Stringer fought one of the intruders off with a hockey stick and used a racial epithet. Police arrested Stringer and his son on suspicion of a racially aggravated attack.
While there is every reason to insist on punishment of acts of violence, the problem with the cry of antisemitism today is that it has become a ploy to discourage anyone from criticizing the policies of the Israeli government or the policies of the US government that support Israeli policies.