“If this can be resolved out of court, that’s a good thing,” Senator Cash said. “And the bill was deliberately designed to promote this.”
Media companies can avoid liability for malicious content by providing anonymity and contact information to anyone alleged to be behind the account. This will also require user authorization.
Senator Cash said many Australians were already comfortable offering their emails and phone numbers to social media companies. “If this means that social media companies need this information to get to know you, it’s not a bad thing,” said Senator Cash, even TV giants. bad reputation on display, privacy and data collection.
If the user does not want to lower their comments or disclose their identity, the victim may appeal to the court against the media officer to disclose his or her name and more.
The complainant can go to court directly to appeal the decision. Senator Cash said in that case “it would be a decision on the platform” to tell the user that someone wants to know.
This can lead to problems when someone wants to get a person’s name for bad reasons, such as threatening someone who was once a housemate or a business associate.
The law seeks to address this by allowing the court to refuse to rule that it could endanger a person’s safety, a statement Senator Cash said was deliberately extended “to include more than physical threats.”
However, it is not known how the accident could be resolved if the person being questioned did not know he was wanted.
“This is why you put things in order to make a comment, that you can look at what has been submitted and if, based on your response, you believe that a change or change in the required rules should be made, you can look. By making it,” said Senator Cash.
The court may also have the opportunity to inform the user of his or her wishes, in the same manner as in the existing system.
The big tech and Facebook giants, with Google and YouTube search engines, were outraged by the federal government’s final reshuffle that forced them to pay for news.
No company has announced their views on the new rules, which are expected to be made public by the end of January.
But Senator Cash said Google had taken action against the government. “I’m happy with Google’s response so far,” Senator Cash said.
A Google spokesman declined to comment.