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12/11/2019

The Technology 202: Facebook defends encryption push as lawmakers raise child exploitation concerns

NetChoice
Carl Szabo Vice President and General Counsel

“It is unfortunate that the Sect. 230 language was not taken out,”

Rick Lane, a longtime technology policy adviser who has supported overhauling Section 230 told me.

“But at least for those of us who believe that changes to CDA Sect. 230 are necessary can take solace in knowing that organizations like CTA and NetChoice have stated unequivocally that inclusion of Section 230 language in trade agreements does not stop the [United States] from changing the law in the future should it choose to do so.”

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