Twitter, Tumblr, Vimeo push against EU rules on illegal online content

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| The European | 9 December 2020

(Reuters) – Twitter and three other U.S. tech companies have urged the EU to take a flexible approach towards harmful and illegal online content instead of blanket rules requiring takedown, saying this would preserve an open internet. 
Known as the Digital Services Act, the rules aim to get bigger companies to take more responsibility for removing illegal and harmful content as soon as they have been notified. 

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