Germany moves to ban free speech online

from The Duran

The law seeks to impose extremely punitive fines to social media network operators when users post what the German regime deems to be ‘hate speech’ or ‘fake news’.

The German Bundestag (parliament) has voted to implement a law which would impose a fine of €50million to social media companies who failed to remove so-called “hate speech” and so-called “fake news”.

According to the law, social media companies would have just 24 hours to comply with the German government’s edict before the monumental fine would be issued.

This legislation is not only poorly conceived, almost impossible to enforce and excessive in its punitive stance towards private enterprise, but it is just plain wrong…

[read more here]

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One Response

  1. Whatever happened to “Sticks and Stones and Rocket Launchers and Cluster bombs and Cruise Missiles may break my bones, but words- just some fffing g-damned words- will never hurt me”?

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