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interociter 4 points ago +4 / -0

Great catch, came to post this and decided to check the search first.

 

Previous Wording

There should be a reasonable probability that the content would succeed in inciting actual action against the target, recognizing that such causation should be rather direct.

 

New Wording

As defined in Section 368E Subsection (1) of the UK Communications Act 2003, this applies to any material likely to incite hatred against a group of persons or a member of a group of persons based on any of the grounds referred to in Article 21 of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union.

 

https://support.bitchute.com/policy-learn-more/incitement-to-hatred

European Union Directive 89/552

The term “incitement to hatred” appeared in European Union Directive 89/552 which was a precursor to the Audio Media Services Directive (AVMSD), and was considered by the European Court of Justice in the case of Mesopotamia Broadcast A/S METV v Germany C-244/10 and C-245/10. The Court commented that incitement to hatred must be understood by considering the usual meaning in everyday language of the terms used, while also taking into account the context in which they occur and the purposes of the rules of which they are part. It commented that “inciting” is to be interpreted as requiring “an action intended to direct specific behaviour”. “Hatred” is “a feeling of animosity or rejection with regard to a group of persons”.

 

It commented that “inciting” is to be interpreted as requiring “an action intended to direct specific behaviour”.

 

“Hatred” is “a feeling of animosity or rejection with regard to a group of persons”.

 

So a video saying, hey, these people are causing real problems, and they shouldn't be allowed to do that -- no longer allowed. "Rejection" is not hate. Adios bitchute.

https://archive.ph/OFkji -- "learn more"

https://archive.ph/WvSAF -- "policy changes"