France and New Zealand push for the ‘Christchurch call’ on online terror content

France’s President Emmanuel Macron and New Zealand’s President Jacinda Arden announced to host a summit in Paris on May 15 to present the ‘Christchurch call’: a document calling for the elimination of terror content online. The summit will feature representatives of governments as well as the major tech companies. Although the draft of the call has not been released yet, a New Zealand government’s representative has declared that the agreement will be ‘reasonably specific rather than too high level’ and it will include ‘parameters or actions where countries and companies agree to take action’ avoiding ‘a draft set of regulations’ to be followed by tech companies