What is considered other content that may be harmful to minors?

Published: 19 September 2017

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Illustration: content that may be harmful or dangerous to the development of minors

Here, reports can be made of content that may be harmful or dangerous to the development of minors and do not fit into any the other reporting categories.

This category includes harmful, dangerous our deceptive content that could have a negative impact on or be harmful to the mental, spiritual, moral or physical development of minors, but cannot be classified into any other reporting categories.

Act CVIII of 2001 on Electronic Commerce and on Information Society Services

Section 4/A

(1) Any information published by a service provider - that is not recognized as media content in accordance with Act CIV of 2010 on Freedom of the Press and on the Basic Rules Relating to Media Content - whose content might seriously impair the physical, mental, spiritual and moral development of minors, in particular those that are dominated by graphic scenes of violence and/or sexual content and that depicts nudity, may be published only with warning labels displaying - in advance - on the sub-page that contains the information about the potential harm it may cause to children, and with identifiers incorporated into the source code indicating the content category, and which can be identified by the content-filtering software provided for in Subsection (1) of Section 149/A of Act C of 2003 on Electronic Communications (hereinafter referred to as “ECA”) (hereinafter referred to as “content-filtering software”).