The Hungarian media censor has said it was investigating Netflix for potentially violating an anti-LGBT law, citing several complaints over a cartoon showing girls kissing.
The National Media and Communications Authority said it was checking
whether an episode of a Netflix kids series named Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous had violated a law which prohibits the portrayal of homosexuality or transgender people in content shown to minors.
The Netflix series, rated for 7-year-olds
and above, shows one of the main characters confessing her love to another girl and kissing her. The censor said that if it found Netflix to have violated its law, it would have to inform the Dutch media authority, which oversees Netflix because the
firm's European headquarters are in the Netherlands. The Dutch censor would in turn have the final say.