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Sen. Lee: Internet Companies That Don’t Act as Open Platforms Might Lose Section 230 Immunity

Internet companies might start seeing their liability protections under federal law rolled back if t..

By Sunday Herald Team , in US Politics , at October 22, 2020

Internet companies might start seeing their liability protections under federal law rolled back if they behave as publishers or editors, Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah) said in a recent interview. Lee made the remark during an interview with Fox News @ Night on Oct. 20, when commenting about Twitter's suppression and censorship of two exposés by The New York Post that contain allegations about Hunter Biden, the son of Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden. The articles alleged that emails from an abandoned laptop reportedly dropped off by Hunter Biden at a repair shop reveal he profited from work in China and Ukraine while his father was vice president. Over the weekend, the elRead More From Source

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