The anti-Muslim bombing of March 15, 2019 in Christchurch, New Zealand, in which 51 people were killed in two mosques, raised an important question: Terrorism, influenced by far-right speech on the Internet, has prepared its attack to spread it to the maximum extent.
In the days after the tragedy, the Prime Minister of New Zealand, Jacinda ArdernAnd the French President, Emmanuel Macron, I worked onChristchurch CallA three-page document detailing the actions of governments and internet companies in combating terrorist content, presented on Wednesday, May 15, 2019 in Paris.
Governments give their conclusion
Since its inception, the appeal has been supported by more than fifty countries and international organizations as well as ten web companies, which in their field, are implementing a series of initiatives in response to their mutual commitment.
Christchurch advocates must focus on making concrete progress; In this regard, the first conclusions of the report are promising. “ Advertise Jacinda Ardern. The French president said he wants online service providers to take a stronger position on broadcasting across all of their services.
And the Jacinda Ardern Intend to reunite all the heroes again on the occasion of the second Memory, to consider next steps.
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