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French broadcast authority adopts recommendations against 'fake news' on social networks

Monday 20 May 2019 | 11:06 CET | News
French broadcast authority CSA has adopted a number of measures against the spread of 'fake news' on social networks, which were presented for consultation in a recommendation document published last month. The measures aim to guide social media platforms in meeting new obligations set by legislation passed at the end of 2018, introduced to define their role in detecting and removing false and misleading information, particularly during election campaigns.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: CSA
Countries: France
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