Drudge, Facebook, NYT readers could face libel suits for sharing 'fake news' under Dem plan

October 19, 2017

Political content on the internet, paid or not, should face substantial federal regulation to eliminate undefined "disinformation," and users of platforms and news feeds, from Facebook, to Twitter, to the Drudge Report and even New York Times, could be punished for sharing "fake news" from those sites, the former Democratic chair of the FEC is urging.

Read more at: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2017/10/19/drudge-facebook-nyt-readers-could-face-libel-suits-for-sharing-fake-news-under-dem-plan.html



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