The US Supreme Court is hearing another Section 230 case. This time, it’s Taamneh v. Twitter.
Connections are being made between Elon Musk’s decision to issue layoff notices to Twitter’s moderation team and the Brazilian insurrection.
Facebook is continuing to struggle with abortion information after it accidentally restricted a post by Planned Parenthood.
So-called “free speech” social media platform, Truth Social, is banning anyone mentioning the January 6th terrorist attack.
Florida’s quest to ban moderation on social media has hit a road block. And 11th Circuit court blocked it.
Free speech is a messy thing at the best of times. Throw in the Internet and it can be a headache. That was on full
Twitter and Facebook can continue moderating users and content, that’s according to a judge who blocked the Texas Moderation Ban law.
Big publishers are at it again. One is trying to push for online harms legislation, but seems to be confusing the issue.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) filed an amicus brief saying that the Texas Moderation ban law is unconstitutional.
Tech companies have filed a lawsuit to put a stop to the Texas moderation ban law. They want to block the law.