It is unusual for a clause in an act of Congress to develop a cult following, but Section 230 of the 1996 Communications Decency Act has. The clause explicitly says that the internet should not be treated like print or broadcast media, which means internet platforms do not bear any liability for third-party content.
The hotly debated Section 230 is again under the scope of the Supreme Court as the court recently heard oral arguments in Gonzalez v. Google LLC.
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The number of U.S. job postings advertising salary information more than doubled between February 2020 and February 2023, from 18.4% to 43.7%. That's according to a new report from jobs site Indeed.
Chief Standing Bear was nominated to appear on a stamp in 2017. Now, more than five years after its conception, the stamp is set to be released on May 12.
GOP lawmakers in states with abortion bans already in place are pushing to make them more restrictive, while blue state officials are trying to expand abortion access. Nine months after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned a nationwide right to abortion, the long-term picture on what will be allowed in each state remains unsettled, even though voters have bristled at broad bans. In Tennessee, officials scaled back a bill on an exception after hearing from powerful anti-abortion groups. In Wyoming, they've adopted a second ban. Meanwhile, blue states including Minnesota and Hawaii have codified efforts to guarantee abortion access.