• The Texas Supreme Court ruled that Facebook can be held liable for sex trafficking recruitment.
  • Facebook argued that it should not be held liable because it is shielded by Section 230.
  • A recent report found most online recruitment in active sex trafficking cases in 2020 was on Facebook.
  • But the Texas Supreme Court said Section 230 doesn’t mean Facebook can operate as a “lawless no-man’s-land,” as the Chronicle reported.
  • “Holding internet platforms accountable for the words or actions of their users is one thing, and the federal precedent uniformly dictates that section 230 does not allow it,” the majority of the court said, per the Chronicle. “Holding internet platforms accountable for their own misdeeds is quite another thing. This is particularly the case for human trafficking.”

Source: insider.com

Report: Emails Show Biden Campaign Demanding Facebook Censor Posts on Election Integrity

  • A number of emails   show that the Biden campaign repeatedly pressured Facebook to censor posts from the Trump campaign and its supporters about election integrity.
  • One post that the Biden campaign tried to have censored during the 2020 election was a video from Donald Trump Jr. in September 2020 calling for supporters to monitor early voting and counting boards.
  • Biden campaign officials tried to characterize the video as a call for violence, because Don Jr used the term “army” to refer to the volunteer effort, claims that were rebuffed by Facebook.

Source: breitbart.com


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are we going to have more freedom of speech on “private” public speech services or not?
please answer this question

Some platforms will collapse under own weight of illegal activities.