Content violating poll code will be removed in 3 hours: Social media companies
Wednesday, 20 March 2019 Social media firms, including Facebook, Google and Twitter, have committed to a three-hour time limit to comply with legal requests and orders of the Election Commission for taking down content in violation of 48-hour ‘silence period’ during the upcoming Lok Sabha election
President Trump called vaguely for action to be taken against social media companies, saying "we have to do something."
At a press conference, the president repeated allegations, without proof, of anti-conservative bias by Facebook, Twitter, and Google, a popular right-wing talking point.
On Palm Sunday the internet faced chaos when Facebook, Instagram and Whatsapp shut down. For almost three hours thousands of users were unable to access their accounts. According to Digital Trends, the..
The UK is looking at hitting technology companies with financial penalties if they fail to do enough to counter "harmful content" on their platforms. Jeremy... betanews Also reported by •WorldNews •The Next Web •Reuters