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.
'Section 230 is critical to enabling the digital sector’s efforts to respond to extremist[s],' said a tech industry supporter.
The Supreme Court is preparing to hear two cases related to content moderation and platform liability.
The decision resulted in an unusual court split. Justice Kagan sided with Justice Alito but refused to sign his dissent.
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas said Section 230 needs to be reviewed in light of Facebook case in Texas.
Supreme Court Justices call for social media review, aftermath of EU-US trade summit, popular TV program on American tech cancelled.
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