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PARIS (Reuters) – Three French hostile to prejudice affiliations said on Sunday they would document lawful grievances against informal communities Facebook (FB.O), Twitter (TWTR.N) and Google’s Youtube (GOOGL.O) for neglecting to evacuate “scornful” substance posted on their stages.

French law obliges sites to bring down supremacist, homophobic or hostile to semitic material and inform powers regarding it.

In any case, French Jewish understudies union UEJF and hostile to bigotry and against homophobia campaigners SOS Racisme and SOS Homophobie said the three firms had evacuated just a small amount of 586 case of derisive substance the counter prejudice bunches had depended on their stages between the end of March and May 10.

Twitter expelled just four percent, Youtube seven percent and Facebook 34 percent, as indicated by the affiliations.

“In light of Youtube, Twitter and Facebook’s benefits and how little assessments they pay, their refusal to put resources into the battle against scorn is unsatisfactory,” UEJF president Sacha Reingewirtz said in an announcement.

Germany got Facebook, Google and Twitter to concur in December to erase detest discourse from their sites inside 24 hours.

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