Internet giants may be forced to pay a fine of 100 million for censorship

Internet giants that arbitrarily and in violation of Polish rules and laws censor users can be fined up to SEK 100 million. Poland’s Minister of Justice Sebastian Kaleta believes that the large sums are necessary to prevent their targeted attacks and censorship of conservative and traditional values.

It’s Fox News that reports that the Polish government has decided to proceed with its proposal to fine net giants such as Facebook, Twitter, Youtube and others if they arbitrarily or for political reasons censor or suspend users of their services.


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