Law & Regulation

PETER GRIFFIN: We don’t need a Great Kiwi Firewall

Peter Griffin
Thu, 04 Jun 2020

PETER GRIFFIN: We don’t need a Great Kiwi Firewall
Peter Griffin
Thu, 04 Jun 2020
When Jacinda Ardern and French President Emmanuel Macron teamed up a year ago for the Christchurch Call to tackle violent extremist content online, many were sceptical about her approach. The Prime Minister sought global consensus and common action on the problem. Many of the right people, world leaders and tech executives, were there in the Elysee Palace in Paris to sign on in support. But it is unclear how successful her efforts with the Christchurch Call have been. It ultimately achieved what the tech giants wanted, which was a volunta...

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