Trump: “It is the policy of the United States that such a provider should properly lose the limited liability shield … and be exposed to liability like any traditional editor and publisher that is not an online provider.”
By Hank Berrien
This illustration picture shows social media applications logos from Linkedin, YouTube, Pinterest, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter displayed on a smartphone in Arlington, Virginia on May 28, 2020. – Trump is expected to sign an executive order on May 28, 2020, after threatening to shutter social media platforms following Twitter’s move to label two of his tweets misleading. (Photo by Olivier DOULIERY / AFP) (Photo by
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President Biden on Friday revoked former President Trump’s executive order from May 2020 targeting online censorship. Trump wanted interactive computer services such as Twitter, Facebook, and Google, among others, to be held responsible for content posted to their platforms.
In Trump’s Executive Order 13925 of May 28, 2020, he wrote that the policy of the United States should be that “an internet provider be exposed to liability like any traditional editor and publisher that is not an online provider.”
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