Hungary Becomes Latest EU State to Consider National Social Media Regulation

Hungary has become the latest European member state to consider regulation around social media content, after Justice Minister Judit Varga announced plans to rein in the “tech giants”, including possible sanctions against what she described as their “unfair commercial practices”.

This move is further evidence of a growing trend towards online platform regulation at national levels in Europe, both within and outside the EU. Austria, France, Germany, and Poland have all pre-empted EU-wide legislation on the digital landscape, while outside the bloc the UK, Russia and Turkey are at various stages of implementing similar restrictions.

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Ukraine’s Renewable Energy Crisis Rumbles On

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Coalition Crisis in Romania

Analysis & implications of the turmoil surrounding the split of Romania’s ruling coalition Political stability in Romania has taken a strong hit in recent days

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Alar Karis Elected President of Estonia

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Navos: New Structures For a New Decade

After ten years of growth: Agency expands its management structure with five associate partners Berlin, Düsseldorf, 11 August 2021. navos has grown steadily since it

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Moldova’s New Government

Almost a month after the Party of Action and Solidarity (PAS), supporting pro-EU Moldovan President Maia Sandu, scored a landslide victory during Moldova’s long-awaited snap

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