Let there be a “Facebook law” against cyberstalinizm!
We are tired of restricting freedom of opinion! Social networks cannot override Hungarian laws. If you support it, share it
Absurd: they attack the government because it protects freedom of opinion.
Unjustified censorship of Facebook violates freedom of expression
THE PRESIDENT OF THE DATA PROTECTION AUTHORITY PROPOSED THAT THE GOVERNMENT SHOULD LEGISLATE ON COMMUNITY MEDIA
It did not take long for the left to twist the proposal of Attila Péterfalvi, the head of the National Data Protection and Freedom of Information Authority. The president of the NAIH advised the government to legislate on social media, according to which community profiles can only be suspended for good reasons, and the Hungarian authority can override its legitimacy.
As Magyar Nemzet wrote earlier, another wave of unjustified profile suspensions is sweeping across Facebook, which, in addition to violating freedom of expression, in many cases also hinders the flow of information and work. Attila Péterfalvi said that a Hungarian official procedure should be established, during which the Hungarian authority obliges Facebook to review the unjustified bans so that the expression of opinion really remains free.
And Jobbik was given the opportunity to twist the contents of the proposal to harass people against the government. John Stummer was the first to respond to Peter’s suggestion that he said Facebook was the government’s next victim of what he wanted to do after the Index.
But the party suffering from identity disorder did not stop here. The other day, he stated on the community page of the Jobbik for Hungary Movement that the prime minister does not tolerate dissent, and has even set himself a new goal: after settling with press freedom, he wants to restrict Facebook. He also conducted a short survey in his post asking if there was a need for Hungarians to take to the streets en masse if Fidesz restricted Facebook's access to Hungary. The naive and ignorant crowd that follows Jobbik doesn’t understand that it’s not about restricting Facebook’s access, but on the contrary, the goal is to make Facebook accessible to everyone and not restrict freedom of opinion.
PS: We send a message to Jobbik, Gyurcsány, and the other anarchists: we can and will go to the streets if we have to, and we will be more and stronger because we are protecting our country.
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