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After Christchurch: New australian law to remove violence from social media

the Companies must also inform the police about the content within a ”reasonable” period of time.

– It is important that we clarify for the social media companies that we expect their behaviour to change, " said Mitch Fifield, communications and culture minister.

the Law will come as a result of the attack on the two mosques in Christchurch in New Zealand in mid-march, where 50 people were killed.

the Offender livesände his deed on Facebook and it was over an hour before it was removed. Australia's prime minister, Scott Morrison believes that it was right for a long time.

Facebook announced last week that the company is investigating the restrictions on who can use the company's on-demand streaming services.

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