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I thank the members the quest Australia pasta tough new no one does state that threatens social media giants with fines and jail time for find and post the bill was passed in response to the massacre in New Zealand it was broadcast live on Facebook by the gunmen it was widely shed for over an hour before being removed it's now an offense the companies like Facebook and alphabets Google which owns you cheap to delay removing all plates that show %HESITATION violent crime fines could total up to ten percent of the global annual turnover what company execs could face up to three years in prison Australia's communications minister said that rules that apply in the real world should also apply online it's important that we make a very clear statement to the social media organizations that we expect the behavior to change companies must now also informed police within a reasonable time frame juries will get the ultimate say on what that they've complied Google responded by saying it's committed to new technologies and standards for identifying and removing quote terrorist contents Facebook wasn't immediately available for comment dot said last week that it was exploring restrictions on who can use the video streaming service Australia's opposition policy back to the legislation though the new law house one into critics with some arguing the government has moved too quickly without proper consultation Australian Brenton talent was arrested following the Christchurch attack he faces a total of fifty murder charges and is due in court on Friday