Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act is a statue that essentially grants immunity from liability to websites, social media platforms, and search engines for what users post. This law was created back in 1996, before platforms like Facebook and Twitter became as influential on...
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On Saturday, August 3rd, 2019, a gunman stormed into an El Paso Walmart, killing 22 people and wounding dozens more, according to the New York Times. Hours later, early Sunday Morning in Dayton, Ohio, a masked gunman opened fire in a popular nightlife district killing 9...
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