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Bundestag defends itself against hatred and agitation on the Internet

The number of hate messages on the Internet is increasing dramatically. Now the Bundestag is defending itself and would like to put an end to the agitation for good.

Berlin – More and more hate messages are circulating on the Internet with the aim of primarily inciting against politicians. But threats and violent insults do not stop at private individuals either. To counter this, a new draft law that would like to punish hate speech and discriminatory language * is making the rounds. The draft law is to be passed today, on May 12th.

When the Federal Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection (BMJV) presented the new draft law on February 1, they did so for a very specific reason. The penal code is to be revised so that interference with human dignity and defamation can be prevented. After all, hate speech is taking on ever more dramatic forms, especially on the Internet.

The politician Renate Künast has therefore long been calling for a fundamental judgment * in order to be able to take action against illegal statements. But with what means will the Bundestag manage to stop the digital threat * and are offers from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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