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SCARS™ Publishes Proposed Changes To The Communications Decency Act
Many Ask Why Does Facebook & Social Media Largely Ignore Scammers?
It is an unforeseen consequence of United States Code 47 U.S.C. § 230, a Provision of the Communication Decency Act
The provisions of the Communications Decency Act (CDA) of 1996 was designed to allow the Internet to grow and prosper.
Unfortunately, it provides immunity from liability to Internet publishers such as Facebook. We need to change this so they are responsible for policing their platforms, websites, and applications on the Internet.
To do this the law must be revised.
To view the SCARS proposed revisions click either of these links:
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