The French parliament has approved a law that will crack down on 'hate' on the internet.
According to the French government, reports and news articles about, for example, migrants, Zionists, Elite, Soros and plandemia incite violence, Muslim hatred and anti-Semitism.
Social media like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and search engines like Google must now remove these 'hate messages' within 24 hours, otherwise they will receive a hefty fine from the government. This can amount to 1,25 million euros.
The law is controversial. Opponents fear that freedom of expression will disappear.
Right-wing parties voted AGAINST.
The socialists abstained. Macron's party La République En Marche !, which has 308 out of 577 seats in the National Assembly, voted FOR the law.