(1) The law provides authorities with legal powers to filter and delete content that is deemed to “disrupt public order by intimidation, force, violence, fear or terror.”
(2) Article 218-5 assigns legal liability to the author and anybody who in any way helps the author to disseminate the apology for acts of terrorism, a provision which would include site owners and ISPs.
(3) Intermediaries must block or delete infringing content when made aware of it or upon receipt of a court order.
Topic, claim, or defense
Public Order (Includes National Security)
Dangerous Speech/Violent Extremism
Type of service provider
General or Non-Specified
Trigger for OSP obligations
OSP obligation considered
Monitor or Filter
Block or Remove
Type of law
General intermediary liability model
Takedown/Act Upon Knowledge (Includes Notice and Takedown)