Meta seeks government protection from Rees-Mogg’s EU law bonfire | The Guardian

Facebook owner seeks assurance that vital directive will not be purged by former business secretary’s bill

Facebook and Instagram have asked for government protection from Jacob Rees-Mogg’s bonfire of up to 4,000 EU laws on post-Brexit statute books.

In a letter to a parliamentary committee to be published on Friday, the parent group, Meta, asks that laws underpinning social media firms are either “explicitly maintained elsewhere” or “removed from the scope” of the retained EU law (revocation and reform) bill.

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