Section 230 — “A” Decision That Could Change “The” Social Media World

Justice Clarence Thomas (left) rendered an extraordinary opinion about section 230 of the Communications Decency Act (CDA) which social media companies like Mark Zuckerberg’s (Right) Facebook rely on as a shield from legal liability.
Author: Jason Fyk

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Social Media Freedom Advocate. In 2018 Fyk sued Facebook. California courts got it wrong. Now, Fyk is heading to the Supreme Court to fix section 230

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Jason M Fyk

Jason M Fyk

Social Media Freedom Advocate. In 2018 Fyk sued Facebook. California courts got it wrong. Now, Fyk is heading to the Supreme Court to fix section 230

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