Facebook and Twitter suggest changes to liability-shield law as Republicans renew online-censorship claims


    In testimony before a Senate committee Wednesday, Twitter’s Jack Dorsey said Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, which platforms frequently cite in defences of legal actions over user-posted content, should require companies to explain content-moderation decisions and give users more choice over the algorithms that guide their feeds. Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg also supported updating the law. (CNN, Financial Times)

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