French President François Hollande called on the business community to fight terrorism after the recent deadly attacks in Paris.
"You, the lifeblood of the economic world, the heads of the major corporations, I would ask you not only to be watchful, I would ask you to get involved," Hollande said Friday before delegates at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
He said digital companies, especially, should monitor illegal content to make it inaccessible and establish clear rules around it. He also called on the financial system to dry up sources of terror financing, like offshore tax havens and money laundering.
"All of these measures are in our common interest. Please, do not leave it too late," Hollande said.