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Use URL Screenshot to create evidence of: -illegal Internet content / non-repudiation of certain content. -Deleted / Edited controversial news. -Slander, threats or insults on Internet (social networks) / Scams. -Misuse of intellectual property: articles, photographs, plagiarism, etc. -Publication of unauthorized information -Simply demonstrate the existence of a specific content at a specific time.
In the wake of the terrorist attack in Christchurch, New Zealand last month, Australia is putting major pressure on Big Tech to prevent the spread of hateful and violent content on their platforms, with a new law that threatens major fines and imprisonment. The law positions Australia at the extreme end of a growing push to police the digital gatekeepers. On Thursday, Australia’s parliament passed legislation that carries penalties of up to 10 per cent of annual global net sales over the 12
The judgement is a personal and legal vindication for the actor, but it may have unintended side effects for the #MeToo movement and the reporting of sexual harassment allegations.
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