Arkansas Bill Allows Social Media Sites To Be Sued For Removing Certain Posts
December 12, 2018
An Arkansas state representative has filed a bill allowing social media websites to be sued for removing certain religious and political posts, whether or not the platforms deem the posts to be hate speech.
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