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World: EU: Parliament must vote the Digital Services Act, a regulation on digital content

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L’UE va pour la première fois depuis 2001 adopter une législation sur le secteur, avec le DMA, qui concerne les marchés numériques, et le DSA, qui concerne les contenus. © AP - Jenny Kane The EU is first since 2001 adopt legislation on the sector, with the DMA, which concerns the digital markets, and the DSA, which concerns the contents.

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of our special envoy to Strasbourg , Juliette Gheerbrant

It is a unique construction site at such a scale. It targets illegal content such as hate incentive, harassment, child pornography, as well as illegal products. The principle is simple summarizes the deputy Sandro Gozzi, from the French delegation of the Centrist Renew group. "All that is illegal, offline, must become illegal online, whereas today everything that happens online is a little Far West," he says.

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Control and recourse of citizens

The legislation will also be imposed on varying degrees, at all intermediaries of the platforms. And citizens will have more effective means of control and recourse. "We want to know how algorithms work. The platform will assume moderation rules, for all that is at risk to security, risk for our fundamental rights. And also, a sanctions system for platforms that do not assume good moderation responsibilities, in the context of misinformation or Fake News, "says Sandro Gozzi.

researchers and NGOs will have access to the algorithms that have so far been true black boxes, and the text facilitates the control of the user on his data. The ecologist group welcomes it, it also obtained limiting automatic moderation, so that a human being and not a machine decides on the validity of content. On the other hand, the Greens regret that the automatic recommendations are not better controlled or that targeted advertising remains authorized.

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