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Your video isn't about tech giants or internet at all.
When you're sitting in a room full of ignorant people towards a subject and trying to literally teach them how it works, how do you think you'd look?
It doesn't matter how he carried himself, the content was there.
originally posted by: Dfairlite
a reply to: queenofswords
Oh, it's far worse than that. They disable your car if you disagree with them politically.
internet search, social media and retail services
... he is an advocate of stricter laws in regards to the internet, not against them. Meaning he has nothing to hide.
This is about trumps campaign and base for 2020. Just like his whole 'fake news' propaganda against the media was for 2016 and forward.
In analyzing the availability of the immunity offered by this provision, courts generally apply a three-prong test. A defendant must satisfy each of the three prongs to gain the benefit of the immunity:
1: The defendant must be a "provider or user" of an "interactive computer service."
2: The cause of action asserted by the plaintiff must treat the defendant as the "publisher or speaker" of the harmful information at issue.
3: The information must be "provided by another information content provider," i.e., the defendant must not be the "information content provider" of the harmful information at issue.
While the DOJ didn’t disclose specific company names, it’s launching the review based on “new Washington threats” from Facebook, Google, Amazon and Apple, according to a report by the Wall Street Journal.
The agency will examine practices of online platforms that dominate internet search, social media and retail services, the DOJ said in a statement Tuesday.