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Published on Apr 18, 2017
Germany has recently made agreements with social media companies to ensure the quick removal of hate speech on their platforms. The European Commission, Israel, and Bangladesh have all done the same. These agreements lack judicial or independent oversight and rely on multinational corporations to make determinations as to what constitutes hateful or illegal speech. But in a time when hateful speech and polarization in politics is globally at a high, what do we do about the haters?