UN Passes Israeli Resolution Combating Holocaust Denial on Social Media

The resolution is expected to set a new international standard in combatting Holocaust denial and places responsibility on social media and internet companies to remove such content

Jonathan Lis
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The United Nations General Assembly approved on Thursday an Israeli-sponsored resolution on combating Holocaust denial on social media, marking the second time ever that Israel has managed to pass a resolution in the assembly.

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