With the NetzDG, which came into force at the beginning of 2018, the Federal Government originally wanted to create a uniform procedure that clearly defines what disappears from digital platforms and what January 2019 Calendar Gujarati does not. The law requires that platforms such as Facebook or Youtube have to delete punishable content within a set time frame after users have reported it.Current club events MONDAY, 25.03.19, 18:00 Investment Live TUESDAY, 02.04.19, 10:00.
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Berlin: Handelsblatt Annual Conference “Company pensions”But the criticism of the law was and is great: above all, the fact that now corporations decide what is true or false, right or wrong and no longer the judiciary. There is also the fear that the platforms were rather too precautionary to remove too much and thus restrict the freedom of expression.
Künast provided the practical relevance: She reported from her digital life – insults, hatred and malice that hit her every day. But the politician also offered insight: It would be just not just the “Aluhut carriers” who pour out hatred in the net, but also middle-class people, who no longer understood the connections and did not feel heard.Network enforcement law: Greens call for “overall strategy against the threat” in the network.
NETWORK ENFORCEMENT LAW Greens call for an “overall strategy against the threat” in the networkThe Greens had introduced an application on Thursday in the Bundestag. It is a call to develop “an effective overall strategy against the brutalization of discourse and intimidation of dedicated people on the Net”. The NetzDG should also be adapted so that legal certainty is established and the known deficiencies are eliminated even before a time-consuming evaluation.
Because the so-called message button to send content for review, on the online platforms is often not a solution for those affected. Content that users perceive as offensive or bullying is often not defined as such by law. In other cases, they do not violate the platform’s individual community rules, so the content stops. The people who decide to delete the reported content, are also not lawyers.
Sabine Frank of Google Germany states that her group will employ a total of 10,000 people by the end of 2018, who will only look after the reported contributions worldwide. The professional qualifications of these employees are quite different. “At Google Germany’s head office in Hamburg, we also hired 100 people, who we trained in advance,” says Frank. With 400 hours of video footage uploaded per user per minute to Youtube, it’s almost impossible to view all potentially problematic content without users reporting.And still it takes the human auditor for the screening of the contents.
The technology is not so far yet, explains Frank from Google. For some video content such as the Google subsidiary Youtube, this works in some cases, explains the lawyer: “In the area of child abuse, we use artificial intelligence January 2019 Calendar Gujarati and can act quickly with appropriate content.” Since 2017, Google relies on an AI-based database in Europe that acts against terrorist content.Self-regulation against the law Of course, technology is a tool against hate, says digital entrepreneur and SPD network expert Nico Lumma: “But in the end we can not want it to tell us what we can say or do.