No longer a “conspiracy theory,” Davos elites now are talking openly about how U.S. free speech law is going to be changed about “hate speech.”
During a Davos World Economic Forum (WEF) panel entitled, “The Clear and Present Danger of Disinformation," EU Commissioner for Values and Transparency and Czech lawyer Věra Jourová's did not hold back on the panel hosted by former CNN anchor Brian Stelter.
Turning to Congressman Seth Moulton (D-MA), Jourová spoke about "illegal hate speech," adding that this is something "which you will have soon, also in the US."
She referred to online platforms policing speech, and how this must "work with" the language that Brussels and many countries already have, "defining" their illegal hate speech policies.
Jourová's pointed “to the European “language" along with their case law, which now requires a "special" brand of people who understand it in order to determine what is and isn't hate speech. The EU wants online platforms "to simply work with the language and to identify such cases."
New York now has the Social Media Hate Speech Accountability that obligates social platforms to give users a public channel to report whatever they deem to be hate speech.
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