Social media : How can governenments regulate it? (2.Self-governance ( UK)…
Social media : How can governenments regulate it?
FCB AND TWIT for not being clear about how they planned to comply with this.
store any data about Russians on servers within the country.
wo laws similar to Germany's example
24 hours/ fines
Sharing of Abhorrent Violent Material Act
criminal penalties, possible jail sentences, financial penalties
2015 : take down harassing or abusive posts
following a campaign of cyber-bullying against her on Twitter
Last year : to include revenge porn.
The legislation : after the death of Charlotte Dawson
48-hour "takedown notices"fines of up to 525,000 Australian dollars
1.measures to regulate social media companies
graphic content : self-governance
YT and FCB have their own rules
to create a legal "duty of care towards users",
fake news, hate speech or extremism
ability to block services
mental health problems
2.Self-governance ( UK)
situation that needs to change : SM to remove illegal content
YouTube has defended its record
illegal content : the person who posted it
videos were taken down
terrorist propaganda : detection technology
3/4 of those clips never receiving a single view.
be automatically detected and removed
employs people : monitoring and removing content
removed 15.4m pieces of violent content
30,000 people : working on safety and security
new law: + than 2 million registered users in the country.
procedures to review complaints
not deleted llegal content within the statutory period.
remove illegal content within 24h
1 year of the new law : complaints
fined up to €5m
a clampdown: terror videos.
fines : not delete extremist content within an hour
big deal for social media companies
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
set rules : store and use people's data.
to take down such content if it is pointed out to them
responsibility to make sure that copyright infringing content is not hosted on their sites.
keywords are automatically censored outright
Twitter, Google and WhatsApp are blocked in China
Weibo, Baidu and WeChat.
cyber-police : monitor/ screen messages
restricting access to the virtual private networks
be illegal gambling apps or copies of existing apps being used for illegal purposes than social media.
Cyberspace Administration of China