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US President Donald Trump plans to meet on Sept 23 with a group of Republican state attorneys general about revising a key law that shields social media companies from liability for content posted by their users and allows them to remove lawful but objectionable posts.
Social media platforms are in the spotlight again, as they struggle to contain the spread of disturbing content on their network.
Facebook on Sept 17 said it is updating workplace policy to prevent clashes over politics, racial justice or the pandemic on its internal employee message board.
TikTok-owner ByteDance Ltd is getting more confident its envisioned alliance with Oracle Corp will pass muster with China’s regulators, a critical step in the political clash over the popular video app, people familiar with the matter said.
Oracle Corp will get full access to review TikTok’s source code and updates to make sure there are no back doors used by the company’s Chinese parent to gather data on the video-sharing app’s 100 million American users, according to people familiar with the matter.
Three Republican US senators on Sept 8 introduced the latest legislation targeting a federal law that largely exempts tech platforms such as Facebook and Twitter from legal liability for the material their users post.
Popular short-video app TikTok said on Sept 7 that it was removing a clip of a suicide circulating on its platform and was banning accounts that were repeatedly trying to upload the clip.
ByteDance founder Zhang Yiming has long positioned himself as a global Internet entrepreneur, largely eschewing Chinese government involvement, but US demands to sell his crown jewel TikTok are testing the boundaries with Beijing.
The San Francisco-based discussion website launched a campaign this past June to remove hateful content from its site, removing more than 2,000 communities that violated its new content policies at the time.
As millions of students in Britain await exam results this month, a row has erupted over algorithms used to calculate their grades after exams were cancelled due to the new coronavirus.