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SECTION 230

Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act is a piece of Internet legislation in the United States, passed into law as part of the Communications Decency Act (CDA) of 1996

"They [Google, Facebook, YouTube, Twitter] stopped following Section 230 which specifically requires that these websites promote 'a true diversity of political discourse' and began to judge content by their own political and social criteria."
"The law, passed in 1996, was designed to prevent internet companies from being treated as publishers and was done in part to allow the internet to flourish."
"The Communications Decency Act is an obscure law passed by Congress in 1996 that has profoundly shaped today’s internet."
"They may be technology wizards, but Jack Dorsey and other Internet magnates hardly have exhibited the God-anointed wisdom of emperors and popes to judge what ordinary mortals should see and hear."

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