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Folks should tell @SpeakerPelosi we agree with her. Our trade agreements shouldn't immunize nat'l and int'l tech companies from responsibilities for their products. Don't believe propaganda that this language protects speech. It protects $$$ of the richhttps://t.co/MN655Oof91— Carrie A. Goldberg (@cagoldberglaw) December 5, 2019
this actually isn't agreement. the liability protections the speaker is eying in USMCA is a far different beast than allegations of political bias, which even if true (and experts say they aren't), is appropriate moderation under 230 and not something Dems are trying to address https://t.co/XLTTCGy272— Tony Romm (@TonyRomm) December 5, 2019
Big Tech companies have been legally protected for far too long!— Rafaello J. Carone (@raficarone_21) December 5, 2019
Time for them to be held accountable for their actions and be held to the fullest extent of the law
Protect our data.
Protect our speech.
Protect our privacy. #USMCA https://t.co/fYRXjM9ttp
The halo is officially off Google and Facebook. Reminder, nearly every single state is also investigating them for antitrust. Unbridled access to our data coupled with near zero liability for the content farming and distribution leveraged to get it...now called into question. https://t.co/pnqRpxaq66— Jason Kint (@jason_kint) December 5, 2019
.@repgregwalden has legit concern that #USMCA would prohibit the 3 signing countries from adopting laws that hold tech firms liable as content providers. @USTradeRep Lighthizer also has legit view that we should enshrine US law in pact. https://t.co/rDHZi2ERCQ— Thomas P. Bossert (@TomBossert) December 5, 2019
"Content groups, like the Recording Industry Association of America, have opposed including the provision in trade agreements in part due to fears that other countries could implement the law in a way that endangers copyright protections."🙄🙄 #Section230https://t.co/hQEf9Hqfdh— Jess Miers (@jess_miers) December 8, 2019
Section 230 only protects against liability for content, not business processes. It doesn't have any effect on liability for violations of laws on commerce, licensing, reporting or for failing to meet due care standards. It's not much of a shield. https://t.co/OwFH1FAjJl— Christine Chalmers (@thechalmerses) December 6, 2019
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