Trump administration proposes punishing sites for ‘censoring lawful speech’ or hosting illegal content

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The US Department of Justice has submitted a proposal to weaken Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, a rule that protects websites and apps from liability for third-party content. The proposal would make it riskier for sites to remove offensive content and would remove sites’...
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