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Facebook Agrees Hand Over Data To French Courts Involving Hate Speech


According to Gizmodo.com, "France just scored what it’s characterizing as a major victory in the battle to curb online hate speech—one that potentially carries significant implications for privacy and free speech online." Mark Zuckerberg, the CEO of Facebook, and French President Emmanuel Macron held several meetings until they agreed to Facebook giving French courts identification data of users suspected of hate speech. Facebook has yet to comment on this new change in it's policy.

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