geek_girl
My take on this is that the EU can go F themselves. Hopefully the EU will soon collapse; the UK is leaving and Poland gave the EU the two finger salute recently. FaceBook and Twitter should have told Germany to go F themselves; the solution would have been to simply shut down in Germany and the outcry from the public over loosing access to post stupidity to FaceSucks and Twitter would should have fix the problem.
Andrew Boon
It is one of those situations when a regulation is presented as an "in your own interest" measure and is widely supported by target market (electorate constituents). I think most networks will have to cave to some extent. Surely it will be hard for them to collect fines, but they certainly can create a service disruption (forcing ISPs to blacklist non-compliant services).
 
 
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