New European legislation will make it mandatory for Google, Facebook and Twitter to remove extremist content within an hour of it being posted or else face fines up to 4% of turnover for repeat offences.
New copyright rules have been passed by the European Parliament in Brussels overnight, making Internet publishers liable for content that is uploaded by users.
The European Parliament has voted to pass its copyright rules, with 438 members voting for and 226 against, while 39 members abstained.
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