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| || |And so the argument goes full circle. Just don't put it on twitter please.
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But in case of Switzerland, it also goes on the SVP. And that is only the tip of the Iceberg I presume.
And in opposition to LiB, I do not believe that this problem really is restricted to Switzerland. I suppose that the managers of Twitter at least should tell their users
> that what they write can bring them to court
> that anti-racism laws also apply to twitter-users
> that lawyers all over Europe work on laws to put the internet fully under the same legislation as life in general, which means laws and regulations
> that the judiciary has the possibility to trace you down
> that also law-enforcers use twitter, both in private and on their job
You may have read that the SVP politician I refer to said something like "ohhh I did NOT expect that people would notice ...."
and back to that kicker. He quite obviously did not have the courage to utter those things in the next pub available, not even to his colleagues.
A friend of me is a lawyer, who works on internet-laws, in conjunction with relevant organisations. And he just in April at a meeting of our association told me that they are on the right track. And racism IS a heavy concern.