Will new EU rules succeed in regulating Big Tech? | Inside Story

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The European Union has approved rules to force big technology firms such as Google, Facebook and Twitter to remove illegal and harmful content.

Companies will also have to disclose how they tackle disinformation.

Last month, the EU approved separate legislation to prevent anti-competitive behaviour.

Could the regulations limit innovation and free speech on the internet?

Presenter: Mohammed Jamjoom

Guests:

Johannes Bahrke – Coordinating Spokesperson for the Digital Economy, Research and Innovation, European Commission.

Catalina Goanta – Associate Professor in Private Law and Technology, Utrecht University.

Thomas Vinje – Partner and Co-Chair of the Global Antitrust Group, Clifford Chance law firm.

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