Constitutional issues leading courts to strike down age verification law are still present, said EFF.
The bills failed to make headway in a previous Congress.
The bill will affect the tone and content of discussion on U.S.-owned platforms that wish to continue offering UK services.
The calculator is being called a 'major step forward' for those pushing back against such shutdowns.
Threads is intertwined with Meta's Instagram, and may have the ability to link the personal with the professional.
Experts are concerned a patchwork of state laws would fail to address the problem of kids online safety.
Although many experts agree TikTok poses a threat, some believe a ban is the wrong solution.
A wide range of tech industry associations and civil liberties advocates applauded the decision to leave Section 230 untouched.
The Biden administration announced $140 million in new funding for national AI research.
RDOF defaults prevented an estimated 293,128 locations in 31 states from getting new investments, the FCC said.
Many small to mid-sized platforms operate on a business model that relies on content moderation.
House lawmakers presented a united front against TikTok as calls for a national ban gain momentum.
People will migrate from platforms with too stringent content moderation measures.
The law prevents discussion on how the first amendment should be applied in a new age of technology, says expert.
Private institutions may become primary method for content moderation disputes, says expert.
Experts urged Congress to amend tech protection law to limit protection for the promotion of harmful information.
Our comprehensive report examines the extremely timely issue of content moderation and Section 230 from multiple angles.
Reforming Section 230 may not ‘break the internet,’ but experts recommended that changes be targeted and incremental.
The “Project Texas” initiative ensures that all of TikTok’s U.S. data security operations are overseen by independent parties.
Panelists discussed the recent oral arguments in Gonzalez v. Google.
Many of the arguments in Twitter v. Taamneh hinged on specific interpretations of the Anti-Terrorism Act.
Conservative podcasters were 11 times more likely than liberal podcasters to share claims fact-checked as false.
During oral arguments for Gonzalez v. Google, justices repeatedly voiced concerns about potential unintended consequences.
Bills ranged from addressing intermediary liability to limiting personal data collection.
Two Republican-led states sued the Biden administration over alleged collusion with tech companies.
With millions of pieces of content generated daily, platforms are increasingly relying on AI for moderation.
Court decisions on Texas and Florida “must-carry” laws disagreed on whether online platforms should be regulated as common carriers.
Panelists disagreed over the merits of Section 230’s protections and the extent to which they apply.
The court has not yet agreed to hear the cases, but multiple justices have commented on their importance.
Campus TikTok bans could have negative consequences for students.
'Section 230 is critical to enabling the digital sector’s efforts to respond to extremist[s],' said a tech industry supporter.
Without Section 230, platforms whose actions are legally justified could be subject to ruinous lawsuits.
When the influencer is given freedom to shape the advertisements, her followers will perceive the campaign as authentic.
The Supreme Court is preparing to hear two cases related to content moderation and platform liability.
Lack of enforcement has led to gray area surrounding endorsement advertising, especially from 'microcelebrities.'
The Supreme Court's decision could dramatically alter the content moderation landscape.
Transparency laws in Calif. and N.Y. are the 'liberal' counterpart to the 'conservative' speech laws in Texas and Florida.
The merger, delayed by a federal probe, has left Truth Social without expected funding.
The current kerfufle isn't the first time Twitter has had a run-in with the Federal Trade Commission.
Georgetown University professor Randy Barnett said that the ability to post on social media might be a civil right.