Publishing a teacher's personal information will be sanctioned in France

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French Prime Minister Jean Castex on Friday announced sanctions for the online dissemination of personal information that could “endanger the lives of others”, after the assassination a week ago of a history professor in the region Parisian.

The separatism law to be presented on December 9 will include the possibility of sanctioning those who put personal information online threatening the life of others, citing the case of Professor Samuel Paty, whose parent and Islamist preacher had published on the Internet the identity and name of the college where he taught.

He also announced strengthening the protection of civil servants and public officials in order to penalize those who exert pressure on civil servants <q data-attributes = "{" lang ": {" value ":" fr "," label ":" Français "}," value ": {" html ":" by words or behavior, as happened in Conflans-Sainte-Hornorine against Mr.Paty and the principal of the college "," text ":" by words or behavior, as happened in Conflans-Sainte-Hornorine against Mr Paty and the principal of the college "}} "lang =" fr”>by words or behavior, as happened in Conflans-Sainte-Hornorine against Mr. Paty and the principal of the college.

The Prime Minister made an initial assessment of the checks carried out all week with heads of associations of the Islamist movement.

Jean Castex announced that <q data-attributes = '{"lang": {"value": "fr", "label": "Français"}, "value": {"html": "56visits "," text ":" 56visites "}} 'lang =" fr”>56 visits at home were carried out and that 27 arrests had taken place after reports of illegal online content.

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The head of government announced a strengthening of the staff of the network monitoring platform and the creation ofa specialized department at the Paris Public Prosecutor's Office to centralize prosecutions and improve their efficiency.

Regarding the fight against online hatred, Mr. Castex said that it would be done in consultation with the European Commission.

The European executive must unveil new legislation by the end of the year (<q data-attributes = '{"lang": {"value": "fr", "label": "Français"}, "value": {"html": "Digital Services Act"," text ":" Digital Services Act "}} 'lang =" en”>Digital Services Act) to better regulate the giants of technology, in terms of data management, disinformation and hate speech, in particular.

On Monday, the Vice-President of the European Commission Vera Jourova said that the fight against hateful content online must be accompanied by safeguards necessary to protect freedom of expression.


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