Fighting online terrorist content
The traditional ways of terrorism and radicalisation have now developed online. Therefore, our legislation should adapt to today’s realities and make sure we have the necessary tools to fight online terrorist content. On Thursday, the Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs Committee will vote on this new legislation which, amongst others, makes reference to when authorities should act to remove terrorist content from online platforms. We believe that platforms should act within one hour of receiving a notice by the competent authorities.
European Council Summit - crunch time for Brexit
Heads of State or Government of the Member States will gather at a Europen Council Summit in Brussels next Thursday and Friday to discuss the latest Brexit developments.