Congress Gag Order For The Internet (VIDEO)

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A group of state attorneys general have written a letter to Congress asking they amend Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act of 1998. Section 230 specifically protects websites from being liable for what users might post on their sites in public interaction areas. These attorneys general want websites to be liable for their users’ posts.

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