Tag Archives: Section 230

Facebook “Supreme Court” overrules company in 4 of its first 5 decisions | Ars Technica

By | February 9, 2021

As you can see, Facebook has to make decisions on a wide range of topics, from ethnic conflict to health information. Often, Facebook is forced to choose sides between deeply antagonistic groups—Democrats and Republicans, Armenians and Azerbaijanis, public health advocates and anti-vaxxers. One benefit of creating the Oversight Board is to give Facebook an external… Read More »

Social justice groups warn Biden against throwing out Section 230 – The Verge

By | January 27, 2021

“Section 230 is a foundational law for free expression and human rights when it comes to digital speech,” the letter says. The law protects websites and apps from being sued over user-generated content — making it safer to operate social networks, comment sections, or hosting services. “Overly broad changes to Section 230 could disproportionately harm… Read More »