Facebook to give data on hate speech suspects to French courts in world first
Facebook has announced it will hand over the identities of French users suspected of posting hate speech on its platform to the courts.
In a world first, the tech giant has agreed to hand over the identification data of hate speech suspects on its platform to judges, France's minister for digital affairs Cedric O said yesterday.
Facebook will share the IP addresses of accounts containing 'homophobic, racist or anti-Semitic content', a ministerial aide confirmed.
IP (Internet Protocol) addresses allow investigators to identify and locate the computers used to make...