Very selective actions...
Oh dear, hate speech. That's obviously an outrage so we're going to target the platform which posts them, while obviously ignoring the original source because... $effort, and who cares about those anyway? After all: Facebook is rich and you can probably squeeze 'm out a little, nice for your personal wallet. Those sources are obviously (warning: stereotyping!) unemployed and uneducated people so even if you do take the effort of finding them you won't be able to fine them.
Poor politicians, I can almost hear them thinking: "Who ever came up with that bizarre idea of free speech? It's so annoying!".
No: I do not condone hate speech and I fully agree that death wishes and all that garbage has no place on the Internet. But there's also something as: Don't shoot the messenger. This symptom fighting will only help the EU with handing out fines and generating some extra income (which is another issue of mine: what good does it do to hand out fines? who, other than the finee(?) benefits from that?).
If someone is misbehaving and breaking the law whilst doing so then hold them accountable. Yes, that won't be easy, but at least you'll actually change something (somewhat) when you do. This accounts for nothing, and only financially benefits the EU.