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Zuckerberg, Dorsey, Pichai to Defend Section 230 Protections

1 month ago   |   By Bloomberg

The heads of America's big internet companies will defend legal protections granted to the industry on Wednesday when they testify before a congressional committee about social media's role in moderating speech online.
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Zuckerberg, Dorsey to defend Section 230 protections in Congress

1 month ago   |   By Fortune

Twitter Chief Executive Jack Dorsey and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg will defend legal protections granted to technology companies on Wednesday when they testify before a congressional committee about social media's role in moderating speech online.
Dorsey, who will appear before the Senate Commerce Committee virtually, will call Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act “the internet's most important law for free speech and safety,” and argue that repealing the law will lead to more policing of content, not less.
“We should also be mindful that undermining Section 230 will result in...
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