Content Moderation


The Technology 202: Lawmakers unveil bipartisan proposal to make social media moderation more transparent

Carl Szabo
Carl Szabo Vice President and General Counsel

Netchoice, which lobbies on behalf of companies including Airbnb and Facebook, blasted the bill in the statement.

“By attaching counterproductive strings to Section 230, this bill would make it harder for online platforms to focus on removing harmful content in an especially turbulent election season,” Carl Szabo, vice president and general counsel at NetChoice, said in a statement. “We should enable platforms to remove harmful content, not weigh them down with unnecessary regulations.”

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