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Britain to make #SocialMedia platforms responsible for harmful content

Britain to make #SocialMedia platforms responsible for harmful content

| February 13, 2020

Britain said it would force social media companies such as Facebook, Twitter and Snap to do more to block or remove harmful content on their platforms, writes Paul Sandle. Following a consultation, the UK government said on Wednesday (12 February) it planned to legislate to ensure companies had systems in place to tackle harmful content […]

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Fighting #Terrorism online: EU Internet Forum committed to an EU-wide Crisis Protocol

Fighting #Terrorism online: EU Internet Forum committed to an EU-wide Crisis Protocol

| October 8, 2019

Yesterday (7 October), the participants of the 5th EU Internet Forum, hosted by Commissioners Avramopoulos and King, have committed to an EU Crisis Protocol – a rapid response to contain the viral spread of terrorist and violent extremist content online. The European Commission, member states and online service providers, including Facebook, Twitter, Google, Microsoft, Dropbox, JustPaste.it and […]

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#HateSpeech: European Commission and IT companies announce online code of conduct

#HateSpeech: European Commission and IT companies announce online code of conduct

The Commission together with Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Microsoft (‘the IT companies’) on 31 May unveiled a code of conduct that includes a series of commitments to combat the spread of illegal hate speech online in Europe. The IT Companies support the European Commission and EU member states in the effort to respond to the […]

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#BrusselsAttacks: Politicians’ thoughts are with victims of attacks and their families

#BrusselsAttacks: Politicians’ thoughts are with victims of attacks and their families

After Madrid, London and Paris, the terror has now hit Brussels, the capital of Europe. On Tuesday morning (22 March), several bombs exploded in the city. Shortly after 8h in the morning, two explosions were reported at Brussels airport (Zaventem) and killed at least eleven people. The number of victims might rise as several injured […]

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Engage your audience with live web-casts from Press Club Brussels

Engage your audience with live web-casts from Press Club Brussels

| January 7, 2015 | 0 Comments

EU Reporter‘s video web-casting from the Press Club Brussels allows you to communicate your message live to a worldwide audience in broadcast-quality high-definition video. Whether it is web-casting a panel debate, corporate presentation or a live press conference, EU Reporter has all the broadcast production and technical skills required to deliver your message to your […]

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Macro-regional strategies: Bridging borders and sectors?

Macro-regional strategies: Bridging borders and sectors?

| September 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

The European Commission is happy to announce that its first #EUChatREGIO will take place on 25 September 2014 – 15h-16h max. 16h30 CET time and will focus on the role and added value of macro-regional strategies in Europe. Using Twitter and other forms of social media for work and professional development presents regional and local […]

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Economic outlook: ‘Europe is wilting from lack of investment’

Economic outlook: ‘Europe is wilting from lack of investment’

Commenting on the latest European economic growth figures from Eurostat, showing no rise in GDP in the eurozone in the 2nd quarter of 2014 (compared to the previous quarter) and 0.2% growth in the EU28, Claudia Menne of the European Trade Union Confederation said: “With Germany contracting, France stagnating and Italy back in recession the outlook […]

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