The Supreme Court Holds The Fate Of The Internet In Its Hands, And You Should Be Terrified

The Supreme Court Holds The Fate Of The Internet In Its Hands, And You Should Be Terrified

Hardly anyone noticed in 1996, when Congress granted online social media platforms sweeping legal immunity from what their users posted there. The layout worked out by the representative of the time. Christopher Cox and then-Rep. Ron Wyden was known as Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act. It has since become the “Magna Carta of …

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