Content Moderation


Justice Dept. proposes rolling back protections for Facebook, Google

Carl Szabo
Carl Szabo Vice President and General Counsel

Carl Szabo, general counsel of NetChoice which counts Google and Facebook among its members, said any such bill would make it harder for companies like Google, which owns YouTube, to moderate content to remove, for example, videos used to recruit terrorists.

“Because this would prevent platforms from removing objectionable content, the House (of Representatives) won’t take it up,” he said.

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