The EU authorities have not yet provided facts confirming the “spread of disinformation” in X about the attack of the Palestinian group Hamas on Israel.
“They (EU authorities – Vedomosti) have not yet given a single example of disinformation,” he wrote on his page in X.
On October 12, the EU initiated an investigation against the social network X regarding the resource’s compliance with the Digital Services Act in connection with the “spread of disinformation” about the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. reported Politico. The EU Commission has sent a formal request to the platform demanding it disclose how it handles problematic content.
It is clarified that this is a preliminary step before the start of an official investigation. X must explain the “crisis response” to propaganda and other “false content” related to the Hamas attack on Israel by October 18. Also, by the end of the month, the social network must report to the EU on content moderation. Elon Musk’s company faces a fine of up to 6% of global income, the publication writes.
On October 7, the Palestinian group Hamas began military operations against Israel. The militants attacked army border units, entered Israeli populated areas and took an unknown number of military and civilian hostages. The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) announced the launch of Operation Iron Swords, and the Israeli government announced that the country had entered a state of war.
According to the latest data, the death toll in the Palestinian-Israeli conflict has exceeded 2,800 people. The death toll on the Israeli side reached 1,300 people, and on the Palestinian side – more than 1,500.