- The European Commission said in a press update Thursday that it would like Meta and TikTok to hand over information on how they’re tackling misinformation about the Israel-Hamas war.
- The EU wants to see the measures that Meta and TikTok have taken to comply with their obligations under the Digital Services Act (DSA), a landmark piece of legislation governing internet giants.
- The commission made similar requests last week of Elon Musk’s X social media platform, previously known as Twitter.
- If a company is found to be in breach of the EU’s DSA, they could be on the hook for fines as large as 6% of a companies’ total annual revenues
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