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POLL: What should Congress do about CDA 230?

Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act protects “interactive computer services” from liability as publishers for what their users post. But that may shelter internet users who perpetrate various wrongful and illegal acts, from ordinary defamation to child endangerment. Should it be reformed? AEI Visiting Fellow Jim Harper discusses.

ARTICLE — Liability for wrongs online: Should Section 230 be reformed?

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