EU set to demand Internet firms act faster to remove illegal content

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Companies including Google , Facebook and Twitter could face European Union laws forcing them to be more proactive in removing illegal content if they do not do more to police what is available on the Internet.


BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Companies including Google , Facebook and Twitter could face European Union laws forcing them to be more proactive in removing illegal content if they do not do more to police what is available on the Internet.

EU set to demand Internet firms act faster to remove illegal content

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Companies including Google , Facebook and Twitter could face European Union laws forcing them to be more proactive in removing illegal content if they do not do more to police what is available on the Internet.


BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Companies including Google , Facebook and Twitter could face European Union laws forcing them to be more proactive in removing illegal content if they do not do more to police what is available on the Internet.

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