Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act

This legislation was enacted in 1996 to protect owners of any “interactive computer service” from liabilities for content published by a third-party. It is considered to be an extremely vital safeguard for social media networks since firms cannot be held accountable for the millions of content posted by users. President Trump has demanded repealing this law.

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