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Australia's new social media law penalises violent content

Australia will fine social media and web hosting companies up to 10 percent of their annual global turnover and imprison executives for up to three years if violent content is not removed "expeditiously" under a new law. The bill was passed in response to the terror attack in New Zealand that was livestreamed on Facebook. #NewZealand #Facebook #Google #YouTube

Explaining the New Zealand terror attack video in 1 minute

Explaining the New Zealand terror attack video in 1 minute

New Zealand Massacre: How and why did Brenton Tarrant get so far?

New Zealand Massacre: How and why did Brenton Tarrant get so far?

A fake Mark Zuckerberg video is still on Instagram

A fake Mark Zuckerberg video is still on Instagram

Celebrities pay for fake followers on social media | Money Talks

Celebrities pay for fake followers on social media | Money Talks

South African breeder seeks horns sale to keep poachers away

South African breeder seeks horns sale to keep poachers away

EU's Ursula von der Leyen praises bloc's climate crisis response

EU's Ursula von der Leyen praises bloc's climate crisis response

Californian voters reject attempt to remove Democratic Party governor

Californian voters reject attempt to remove Democratic Party governor

Both North and South Korea test-fire ballistic missiles

Both North and South Korea test-fire ballistic missiles

Haiti’s PM Henry sacks chief prosecutor amid assassination probe

Haiti’s PM Henry sacks chief prosecutor amid assassination probe

Tropical Storm Nicholas makes landfall in Texas

Tropical Storm Nicholas makes landfall in Texas

Taliban's turbulent first month in control

Taliban's turbulent first month in control

UK PM sets out more details of government winter plan

UK PM sets out more details of government winter plan

Dengue fever kills at least 100 people in Uttar Pradesh

Dengue fever kills at least 100 people in Uttar Pradesh

Taliban calls on the international community for help

Taliban calls on the international community for help

Many Syrians leave Daraa for opposition-held north

Many Syrians leave Daraa for opposition-held north

US, Japan and South Korea discuss denuclearisation

US, Japan and South Korea discuss denuclearisation

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