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German Law Requires Companies To Swiftly Delete 'Obviously Illegal' User Content

Germany passed a law that will impose up to 50 million euro fines on social media companies that fail to remove hate speech and other "obviously illegal content." Human rights groups have criticized the law for harming freedom of expression.
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