Australia fines X for failing to provide information about child abuse content

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eSafety, the Australian regulator for online safety, issued a $386,000 fine against X (formerly Twitter) Monday for failing to answer “key questions” about the action the platform is taking against child abuse content. The watchdog issued legal notices to Google, TikTok, Twitch, Discord, and X (which was known as Twitter back then) under the country’s […]

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