European Commission Internal Market Commissioner Thierry Breton sent a letter to Elon Musk, the chief executive of social network

This demand emerges after the attacks launched by the Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas) against Israel since last Saturday. Many people used the social network as a source of information and There is content that may be too heavy for a few users.

(Read more: Evacuation flights from Israel to Spain include five Colombians).

In the letter sent to Musk, “After the terrorist attacks carried out by Hamas against Israel, The platform is used to spread illegal content and disinformation in the EU”.

Breton gave an ultimatum The platform has 24 hours to take concrete measures on this issue and thus stop misinformation. and post violent content that can be copied across networks.

The European Commission commissioner argues that many users are sharing “manipulated images” and old photos of other conflicts, as well as items from video games. For “spreading disinformation” about the conflict between Israel and the Gaza Strip.

Breton underlines the importance of acting quickly, carefully and objectively when receiving notifications of illegal content from the EU to ensure that such posts are removed if necessary.

(Continue reading: The love story of two Colombians in Israel that ended a deadly Hamas attack).

Additionally, given the urgency of the issue, the social network keep in touch with “authorities” and to find a solution to this problem together with Europol, to reveal the reality of the situation without showing violent content.

*This content was prepared with the help of artificial intelligence, based on information published by Europa Press, and was reviewed by a journalist and editor.

Source: Exame

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