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Remove illegal contents from internet, EU warns internet giants

Everyday thousands of illegal contents are uploaded on internet. These contents sometime disturb and distract us.Technology has developed so much that people got addicted to it and internet playing a vital role.There are so many social media sites, such as facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, Instagram etc which are being launched for social interaction.People get connect with each other through these social networks. But these social networks has now become business hubs.
Till now it’s fine if business grows here but then what happens that fake products are being sold, illegal contents have been used.
Not only that but from politics to racism, incitement to hatred, violation everything is being uploaded which are just disturbing.
The children or the young people who are surfing internet may click accidentally the inappropriate contents which can be damaging or disturbing.People can not monitor their children all the time what they are viewing or surfing.
The contents that could be damaging to young people are like promoting hate based on race, religion or sexual abuse, violence either it is simulated or real, sexual explicit, unsafe behaviour like extreme dieting or drug taking, promoting crime and many more.

Shocked and surprised boy on the internet with laptop computer concept for amazement, astonishment, making a mistake, stunned and speechless or seeing something he shouldn’t see
So these type of existing contents should be removed and no further content should be uploaded.
But what the Internet giants like google, facebook, youtube, twitter are doing to remove all these illegal contents. “What is illegal, also has consequences. We need to find ways to remove this content. We want voluntary measures to work, but the progress has to be faster, it’s currently not going fast enough and we need to do something about it,” Julian King, EU security commissioner, said.
“Online platforms need to significantly step up their actions to address this problem,” the draft European Union executive guidelines say.
Lets hope for the best.

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