A crisis-response framework involving tech companies, governments and civil society to stop the spread of March 15-type content online looks set to be announced by Jacinda Ardern in New York.

It is the next phase of progress in the Christchurch Call and will be a major focus for Ardern, who will meet French representatives and tech company executives on Tuesday (NZT) to further the voluntary guidelines for tackling violent extremism and terrorism online.

Ardern will be under pressure to show tangible results since the signing of the call in Paris in May, which included 17 countries, the European Commission and


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