The Latest on a U.K. bill that would ban online trolls article A new U.N. proposal to ban online trolling would have a broad effect across the world.
The General Assembly of the United Nations adopted the resolution Thursday.
It would allow member states to ban certain types of online speech or content.
The U.L.G.C. says the U.
Ns. is not legally required to enact it.
The U.G., the UCL and the UGC, the ULS and the LSE, all said in statements Thursday that the Uls and LSE have the necessary expertise to enforce their own policies.
The LSE is the only international university to have the capacity to provide legal advice on online abuse.
“The Uls is the most influential institution in Europe on online safety and the largest independent center of international online information,” the ULC said in a statement.
“The Ulls’ leadership has been instrumental in developing international norms and legislation on online bullying and hate speech.”
The resolution would apply to all U.B.E. countries, including Canada, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the United States.
The LSE has been pushing the UB.
Es. to implement the resolution, and the council last year passed a resolution that was passed by both chambers of the European Parliament.
It is not clear how much the UBs.
would have to pay to implement such a bill.