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Asia Pacific Dashboard Digest | Australia's new law bans violent material from social media platforms Related reading: Using sensitive data to prevent AI discrimination: Does the EU GDPR need a new exception?



In Australia, Facebook faces criticism for failing to remove the live-streamed video posted by the alleged gunman at the Christchurch shooting, particularly as the country recently passed legislation that imposes penalties of up to 10% of a company’s annual turnover and potential jail time for social media executives if they fail to remove “abhorrent violent material” from their platforms in an expeditious manner, Bloomberg reports. Legal professionals and members of the tech community have voiced concern over the new law, calling it flawed and adding that it fails to address hate speech.
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