Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act is a statute that grants immunity from liability to websites, social media platforms, and search engines for user generated content. This law was created back in 1996, before platforms like Facebook and Twitter were as influential as they...
Does Big Tech Need to Be Held Accountable? New Legislation is Being Introduced That Could Make Companies like Facebook, Google and Twitter Liable for Users’ Content
Section 230 of The Communications Decency Act of 1996 protects tech companies from being held liable for content posted by users. If someone posts something illegal on social media, leading technology companies like Facebook and Twitter are not held responsible. However, thanks to U.S. Senator...
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