What is Section 230 which Trumps wants terminated?
Gesara.news » News » What is Section 230 which Trumps wants terminated?News Date: November 28, 2020
Section 230 is a piece of Internet legislation, passed into law as part of the Communications Decency Act (CDA) of 1996 (a common name for Title V of the Telecommunications Act of 1996), formally codified as Section 230 of the Communications Act of 1934 at 47 U.S.C.Â§ 230.
Targeting fake news and the US presidential elections, Trump and others have attacked Section 230, saying it has given companies too much legal protection, allowing them to escape unscathed.
Sources: twitter.com, opoyi.com
The executive order calls for new regulations under Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act to make it so that social media companies that engage in censoring any political conduct will not be able to keep their liability shield, the president said.
Is this an announcement of The Great Awakening? Is this the Storm troops moving out?
His speech has so many GESARA hints and references.
It's going to be Biblical!
God wins. Always.
Don't be scared of the riots and looting.
Trump vows to mobilize federal resources in address to nation, makes surprise trip to church that caught fire.
The president has considered issuing an executive order suspending evictions and payroll cuts.
President Trump recent tweeted Payroll Tax Cut plus Dollars!
Also, in march 2020, Trump proposed eliminating payroll tax through the end of the year.
- We are looking at also considering a capital gains tax cut, which would create a lot more jobs, said Trump Monday during a White House news conference.
PayPal is leaping into the cryptocurrency market, Starting in the next few weeks, users in the US can buy and sell bitcoin and several other digital currencies on the platform.
Quantum computers will be orders of magnitude more powerful than anything we have today. Scientists predict that the emerging era of quantum computing could lead to great breakthroughs.
Sources:themadtruther.com, finance.yahoo.com, www.forbes.com