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@NellieBowles  @mhkellerNo  one wants another convoluted carve-out like FOSTA-SESTA. Instead, @daniellecitronand  others propose a more fundamental change to Section 230, creating a "reasonableness standard. " Here's how that might change the equation for gaming platforms like Fortnite or Discord:

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A year after passing SESTA/FOSTA, meant to target online sex trafficking, some U.S. lawmakers are reconsidering. Law enforcement officials say it can now be harder to track traffickers, and advocates say sex workers have been put in danger.

Members of Congress have become increasingly vocal in acknowledging the disastrous consequences of SESTA/FOSTA.

The 2020 Democratic candidates who voted in favor of SESTA/FOSTA — and why that's a problem.

Legislators are pushing back on behalf of sex workers who say they face more dangers since the FOSTA-SESTA laws took effect.

Legislators are pushing back on behalf of sex workers who say they face more dangers since the FOSTA-SESTA laws took effect.

New Bill Introduced To Study Impact Of SESTA/FOSTA On Sex Workers

A year after passing SESTA/FOSTA, meant to target online sex trafficking, some U.S. lawmakers are reconsidering. Law enforcement officials say it can now be harder to track traffickers, and advocates say sex workers have been put in danger.

Fascinating. A Relook at SESTA/FOSTA: Stamping Out Online Sex Trafficking May Have Pushed It Underground via @dmccabe  @kateconger 

A year after passing SESTA/FOSTA, meant to target online sex trafficking, some U.S. lawmakers are reconsidering. Law enforcement officials say it can now be harder to track traffickers, and advocates say sex workers have been put in danger.

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Sex workers and antitrafficking groups warned that SESTA/FOSTA would put victims and consensual sex workers in danger. They were right.

BREAKING: Today is a dark day for the Internet. Congress just passed the Internet censorship bill SESTA/FOSTA.

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Websites are shutting down users' speech because they fear prosecution and litigation as a result of Congress passing SESTA/FOSTA. This is what Internet censorship looks like.

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The Electronic Frontier Foundation is leading a lawsuit challenging SESTA-FOSTA, a law said to harm sex workers and restrict free speech

Without Section 230, would have to approve every tweet before you could post it. might not exist at all. Today, SESTA/FOSTA blew a hole in those protections. EFF's talked with about the result.

We warned Congress that passing SESTA/FOSTA would result in Internet censorship. With the bill headed to the President's desk, we're already seeing this happen.

First, Congress overwhelmingly passed SESTA/FOSTA, a bill that will force web platforms to censor their users.

The Internet as we know it is under attack. Help us Stop SESTA.

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