IBM Proposes Changes To Law Shielding Internet Firms From User Content Liability | 2/25/2019 | Staff
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(Reuters) – International Business Machines Corp proposed changes to a 1996 law that protects internet companies from liabilities related to what users post on their platforms.

“We simply believe companies should also be held legally responsible to use reasonable, common-sense care when it comes to moderating online content,” Ryan Hagemann, an IBM government and regulatory affairs technology policy executive said in the blog post.

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