FCC To ‘Clarify’ Section 230; FDA On Scented Sanitizers; A Mixed Holiday Shopping Forecast; News In Brief
The Federal Communications Commission intends to “clarify” Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, suggesting “an overly broad interpretation that in some cases shields social media companies from consumer protection laws” in unintended ways. More news in brief.
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