- Nov 18, 2019
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Of course they’re a publisher. They take content and publish it on the internet.Nope. They’re exempted from liability because of section. 230. There’s nothing about removing content that changes that.But of course they DO control editorial content and ARE responsible for what they publish. They are NOT a public forum and are not subject to Rule 230.
You idiots don’t understand the law.
The law was written specifically so that they could remove content without taking on liability.
Back to the Florida law, it’s blatantly unconstitutional and will be struck down. It’s already subject to preliminary injunction. Florida’s lawyers were smacked around in that hearing.
You already boasted that the Monopoly (which is immune to anti-trust laws) is a publisher.
You can't keep your story straight because you're reading talking points from the Fascist hate sites and don't actually grasp what any of this means.
You think you smart because you figured something out that’s completely obvious to anyone with three brain cells and a pulse?
Publishers get to chose what content they publish. Florida, acting like a bunch of fascists, have decided the ruling class can override that right.