German state warns ISPs over Nazi sites

In a crackdown on right wing content on Web sites, a German state has introduced a £157 fine for ISPs which host them. But will this really be an adequate deterrent?

The federal state government of Nordrhein-Westfalen has urged ISPs in the German state to dump all sites with Nazi content or pay a 500 deutschmark fine (about £157).

Attorneys don't think that's enough.

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