Tech giants vow to tackle online hate speech within 24 hours

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http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-05-31/tech-giants-vow-to-tackle-online-hate-speech-within-24-hours

U.S. Internet giants Facebook Inc., Twitter Inc., Google and Microsoft Corp. pledged to tackle online hate speech in less than 24 hours as part of a joint commitment with the European Union to combat the use of social media by terrorists.

Beyond national laws that criminalize hate speech, there is a need to ensure such activity by Internet users is “expeditiously reviewed by online intermediaries and social media platforms, upon receipt of a valid notification, in an appropriate time-frame,” the companies and the European Commission said in a joint statement on Tuesday.

The code of conduct arrives as Europe comes to terms with the bloody attacks in Paris and Brussels by Islamic State, which has used the Web and social media to spread its message of hate against its enemies. The companies said it remains a “challenge” to strike the right balance between freedom of expression and hate speech in the self-generated content on online platforms.

“We remain committed to letting the Tweets flow,” said Twitter’s head of public policy for Europe, Karen White, in the statement. “However, there is a clear distinction between freedom of expression and conduct that incites violence and hate.”

A French Jewish youth group, UEJF, sued Twitter, Facebook and Google in Paris this month over how they monitor hate speech on the web. In the course of about six weeks in April and May, members of French anti-discrimination groups flagged unambiguous hate speech that they said promoted racism, homophobia or anti-Semitism. More than 90 percent of the posts pointed out to Twitter and YouTube remained online within 15 days on average following requests for removal, according to the study by UEJF, SOS Racisme and SOS Homophobie.

“With a global community of 1.6 billion people we work hard to balance giving people the power to express themselves whilst ensuring we provide a respectful environment,” said Monika Bickert, head of global policy management at Facebook, in the statement. “There’s no place for hate speech on Facebook.”

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hate speech = opinions and statement that the globalists dont like..its dressed up as censorship against “terrorists” but it also includes you and me..

“The companies said it remains a “challenge” to strike the right balance between freedom of expression and hate speech in the self-generated content on online platforms.”

balance eh?

“With a global community of 1.6 billion people we work hard to balance giving people the power to express themselves whilst ensuring we provide a respectful environment,”

thats code for censoring negative stories against the wishes of the nwo and promotion of nwo ideals..

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~ by seeker401 on June 2, 2016.

6 Responses to “Tech giants vow to tackle online hate speech within 24 hours”

  1. https://sentinelblog.com/2016/06/01/babylon-rising-new-tech-mocks-gods-wrath-youtube/

  2. Facebook Refuses to Remove ‘I F**king Want to Kill Donald Trump’ Page

    https://www.zerocensorship.com/t/uncensored-facebook/refuses-to-remove-i-f-king-want-to-kill-donald-trump-page-273422

  3. Well…
    Facebook (owned & operated by a few Jews) is already stealth-banning its user’s content that it doesn’t like…
    Twitter (also run by Jews) also censors content that clashes with accepted narratives it approves of…
    Google (yep, Jewish) has been talking about censoring search returns to keep the general population away from information that might disrupt THEIR personal narratives…
    As for Microsoft (not yet entirely Jewish) I’m not sure what they intend to do, but it clearly has something to do with stifling speech or information they don’t approve of people seeing.

    Where is Youtube (Jewish) in all this? Surprised they weren’t mentioned, as every time a Hasbara Troll sends in a complaint about a video being “hate speech” they pull the video and, in some cases, ban the owner of the channel without any kind of reasonable review or detailed explanation of why.

    I mention the Jewish connection in the administrations of these companies because I find it interesting that the Jewish youth group, UEJF, sued Twitter, Facebook and Google for not immediately acquiescing to their demands that online posts they didn’t like be removed from the public eye, which apparently is the triggering excuse for this move to ban free speech online.

    It is illegal in most countries to threaten the life or lives of individuals or groups, and so it should be. So this can’t be what they fear.

    It’s already illegal in most European countries (& Canada) to question the “holocaust” or even the insane numbers presented by “holocaust” advocates. It is this sort of thing I think they REALLY want to strip from the internet, the questioning of official narratives that have been presented to the world by governments, which are known to be notorious liars in the first place.
    After all, in some troublesome countries like the the U.S., we have actual freedom of speech, we can present ideas and question “sacred cow” ideology without fear of an officer of the law taking us away. It is this freedom of expression that has these companies so worried.

    When somebody threatens to cut your tongue out, it’s not because of what you’ve said, it’s because of what they are afraid you’re going to say.
    The truth does not fear investigation, only lies fear being uncovered.

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  5. Google bans plug-in that picks out Jews

    http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-36459990

    It was called the “coincidence detector” – a reference to a conspiracy theory about Jewish people and global control.
    The extension was developed by a far-right group called alt-right.
    It had around 2,500 users and a database of 8,800 common Jewish names which it could pick out on websites reported tech site Mic.
    The symbol stems from a right-wing group called the Right Stuff, who told Mic it was “a critique of Jewish power”.

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