The Supreme Court may soon radically alter the rights of social media and the economics of political advertising by ending section 230 protections. Section 230 is a federal law that provides immunity for website platforms such as Twitter, Facebook and YouTube from legal liability for online information provided by third parties. It also protects web hosts from liability for editing or restricting access to objectionable material whether or not such material is constitutionally protected.
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