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German parliament approves reform of Telemedia Act

Friday 3 July 2020 | 16:43 CET | News
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The German parliament has approved the government's proposal for a further reform of the Telemedia Act. Under the new rule, providers of video sharing platforms such as YouTube, Vimeo and TikTok will have to set up a reporting and remedial procedure for complaints received from users for violations of advertising and youth protection regulations. The platforms will also have to follow requirements in order to check content that violates the criminal law. 

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