As I said on Twitter, a permanent solution requires a framework with reporting, investigation and outcomes. We don't want things like DMCA takedown notices that are issued in the USA that have nothing to do with copyright infringement, just being sent because someone disagrees with whatever is being said - obviously not a copyright breach but the companies hosting content are required by law to take it down first and make very hard for people to restore content later.
What if some religious leader decides to start sending notifications because they disagree with someone in issues like same sex marriage?
Same thing here. There are obvious clear cases of spreading hate content but still need to be investigated first because sometimes it's not as clear as we can see in the specific situation we have seen in the last couple of days.