Network Enforcement Act
Network Enforcement Act (NetzDG) is a German law that went into effect on January 1, 2018. Under this law, Twitter is required to publish a report twice a year in German regarding our handling of complaints submitted pursuant to Germany’s Network Enforcement Act.
This data includes the number of government information requests (a combination of routine requests and emergency requests), the number of accounts specified in these requests, and the compliance rate where some or all of the requested account information was disclosed. It also includes data about preservation requests. For more details, visit the Information Requests report.
This data includes the number of legal demands received to remove or withhold content, the number of accounts specified in these requests, and the total compliance rate (a combination of Twitter’s removal actions: accounts withheld, Tweets withheld, and accounts TOS). For more details, visit the Removal Requests report.