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Within the Communications Decency Act is Section 230, a provision that has served as a protective shield for social media and internet platforms by protecting them from liability for user-generated content, illicit and/or illegal products sold by others, and other third-party activity.
After a number of high-profile incidents, proposed changes to Section 230 could make social media platforms and other online companies liable for some user-generated content.
In this guide we explain:
- How Section 230 works today
- What the proposed changes are
- How they might impact your liability
- Tips for mitigating your risk
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