Recapping Recent Section 230 Proposals

  • was accessed by more than 300,000,000 users worldwide, regardless of how they accessed the service.
  • the total number of instances in which the service took action on the above content (such as removal, demonetization, de-prioritization, appended counter-speech (like fact-checks), account suspension, account removal, or any other moderation action taken in accordance with the acceptable use policy). Additional reporting requirements are described for each action taken;
  • the total number of appeals; AND
  • a description of each tool, practice, action, or technique used to enforce the acceptable use policy.
  • had less than $25,000,000 in accrued revenue

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3L at Santa Clara Law | Policy Specialist @ Google | Scholarship: Section 230 and content moderation | Twitter: @jess_miers | opinions are my own

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3L at Santa Clara Law | Policy Specialist @ Google | Scholarship: Section 230 and content moderation | Twitter: @jess_miers | opinions are my own

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