Uruguayan law that authorizes blocking and removal of audiovisual content without judicial order worries organizations

“The signatory organizations consider that these kinds of modifications with risks for the validity of fundamental rights need an informed debate with the participation of multiple stakeholders.

The removal of content from the Internet without a decision by a judicial authority - even when there is the possibility of appeal by users after the fact - would go against principles and recommendations for the protection of fundamental online rights, such as the Manila principles."

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