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French Court Says Twitter Must Identify Racist, Anti-Semitic Users
Last week, the Grand Instance Court in Paris ordered Twitter to identify the authors of anti-Semitic tweets and to alert French authorities to "illegal content," on its French site "in a visible and easily-accessible [way].” The court ruled that if Twitter fails to comply, the company faces fines of $1,336 (€1,000) per day.
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