Content Moderation

02/12/2021

Controversial ‘porn filter’ bill squeaks past House committee by one vote

Carl Szabo
Carl Szabo Vice President and General Counsel
“Utah will be sending out a message to parents saying not to worry how these devices work because the protections are on. That creates a false sense of security where parents will just hand the devices to children and not take the necessary steps to teach them how to use the device and oversee its use,” said Carl Szabo, the Vice President and General Counsel for NetChoice. “This bill will actually tell parents not to do their jobs because the state will do it for them.”
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